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On January 31st Joel tested positive for Covid-19. He ended up with double Covid Pneumonia and was admitted in to the Madill hospital, he was still testing positive on February 9th, they transferred him to Durant hospital to the Covid unit on February 11th. He received the plasma and several rounds of antibiotics, but his oxygen and lung function just kept declining and they couldn’t figure out why, after 35 days they transferred him to Baptist Medical Center in OKC. He was diagnosed with Pulmonary Fibrosis. (A lung disease that occurs when lung tissue becomes damaged and scarred, this thickened, stiff tissue makes it difficult for your lungs to work properly.)

This disease was caused from the Covid-19 virus/Covid-19 Pneumonia. He’s still on 100% oxygen and using several different breathing mask to keep him oxygenated. Joel can not come home due to the high amount of oxygen required to keep him alive. He will need a double lung transplant to save his life and get him back home to his kids and family, that miss him so much.

We want to thank everyone for all the support and encouragement during this very difficult time.

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March 24, 2021

On January 31st Joel tested positive for Covid-19. He ended up with double Covid Pneumonia and was admitted in to the Madill hospital, he was still testing positive on February 9th, they transferred him to Durant hospital to the Covid unit on February 11th. He received the plasma and several rounds of antibiotics, but his oxygen and lung function just kept declining and they couldn’t figure out why, after 35 days they transferred him to Baptist Medical Center in OKC. He was diagnosed with Pulmonary Fibrosis. (A lung disease that occurs when lung tissue becomes damaged and scarred, this thickened, stiff tissue makes it difficult for your lungs to work properly.)

This disease was caused from the Covid-19 virus/Covid-19 Pneumonia. He’s still on 100% oxygen and using several different breathing mask to keep him oxygenated. Joel can not come home due to the high amount of oxygen required to keep him alive. He will need a double lung transplant to save his life and get him back home to his kids and family, that miss him so much.
We want to thank everyone for all the support and encouragement during this very difficult time.

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