The dad and mom of a five-month-old child have thanked the NHS after they had been plunged into concern and uncertainty when their daughter examined optimistic for coronavirus.
Mum, Emily Woodger first realised one thing was flawed along with her daughter Amelia Woodger when her often blissful and alert child wouldn’t cease sleeping and got here down with a temperature.
After calling 111, Mrs Woodger and her husband Connor Woodger, from Brandon, Suffolk, had been advised to not fear and that their daughter might have rooster pox.
However by 10.30pm on Saturday, April 4, Miss Woodger’s signs had worsened, they usually had been advised to go straight to A&E at West Suffolk Hospital, Bury St Edmunds.
Mrs Woodger mentioned: “We went straight into paediatrics, her coronary heart fee was actually excessive, and her temperature had gone up. Then we went to the rainbow ward the place they did each check doable together with coronavirus.
“They advised me I might be there not less than three days. However as quickly as we had been in hospital we weren’t allowed to depart and nobody was allowed to go to.”
Amelia was placed on a drip and given antibiotics in case of an infection, however after vigorous testing, Mrs Woodger mentioned, on April 6 a health care provider got here by means of in protecting clothes and she or he knew what he was about to say.
“Then on April 7 we had been allowed to depart however had been advised to go straight house and isolate for 15 days.
“Amelia is not 100 per cent, however there are smiles, so she is on the mend.”