Sumary of ‘Waiting for my time to die’: COVID-19 patients, families recount time spent in Regina ICUs:
- In mid-April, Regina logged 35 COVID-19 patients in its ICUs at one time – a record high during the coronavirus pandemic..
- Saskatchewan doctors and health-care workers continue to warn about the strain being put on human resources and the toll it is taking on front-line workers..
- Wife thanks community after husband and Regina chef dies of COVID-19 While two very different outcomes, both paint a bleak picture of being inside the intensive care unit at Regina General Hospital..
- Roshelle Montgomery (right) says her husband Warren Montgomery (left) died from complications due to COVID-19 in April..
- Roshelle Montgomery After he contracted the virus, the 42-year-old was admitted to the Regina General Hospital COVID-19 unit on April 13..
- Roshelle had also tested positive for COVID-19 and was forced to isolate at home, which meant she couldn’t visit her husband..
- His last night in the COVID-19 unit, he began coughing, Roshelle said, so much so that he couldn’t catch his breath..
- 3:12 The trauma of watching patients die alone from COVID-19 The trauma of watching patients die alone from COVID-19 – Mar 9, 2021 “Even if he recovered from COVID, he would be in a home for the rest of his life with a feeding tube, hooked up to machines forever,”…