Amazing Video Shows Pregnant Mom Who Survived Coronavius Meeting Her Healthy Newborn Baby

National   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Apr 15, 2020   |   6:06PM   |   Washington, DC

To hear it from abortion activists, women desperately need to kill their babies in abortions because of the coronations. But not only are pregnant moms delivering their babies just fine despite the pandemic, mothers who have been afflicted with COVID-19 have successfully delivered healthy babies.

As CNN reports, video footage of one mother who was in a medically-induced coma shows her leaving the hospital healthy and meeting her baby for the first time as she exists the medical center:

A woman who suffered from severe Covid-19 complications and gave birth while in a medically induced coma met her baby for the first time Wednesday as she left the hospital, surrounded by cheering hospital workers.

Because the mom was in a medically-induced coma when her baby was delivered on April 3, she didn’t meet him until today when she left the hospital. Healthcare workers at Northwell Southside Hospital lines the halls to cheer for her as she left.

Keep up with the latest pro-life news and information on Twitter. profiled another mother in a similar circumstance.

When Angela Primachenko told Sheinelle Jones on the TODAY show this morning,” I feel like I’m a miracle walking,” she was not exaggerating. Consider….

The 27-year-old respirator therapist from Vancouver, Washington, who was 33 weeks pregnant, had among other symptoms a fever, and was tested for COVID-19 on March 24, Scott Stump of NBC/Today reported.

Eight days later she

was fighting for her life on a ventilator while in a medically induced coma.

At the same time, she gave birth to her daughter after doctors at Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center induced labor to give Primachenko more of a fighting chance while also protecting her child. …

Primachenko was taken off the ventilator on April 6, and one look down at her body told her that her baby must have been born.

“Obviously nobody expected that I was going to get that sick, so no, absolutely not, I did not expect to deliver my child,” she said. “After all the medication and everything I just woke up and all of a sudden I didn’t have my belly any more. It was just extremely mind-blowing.”

Stump explained that Primachenko, who was released from the hospital Saturday, has not been able to hold daughter Ava who is in neo-natal intensive care. Fortunately,s neither her husband David nor their 11-month-old daughter, Emily, have tested positive for COVID-19, so they are able to hold the newest member of the family. Primachenko has had to content herself with FaceTime.

Another blessing: Ava has tested negative for COVID-19.