Pregnant Mom Thanks God After Surviving Coronavius to Deliver Healthy Baby: “I’m a Miracle Walking”

State   Micaiah Bilger   Apr 16, 2020   |   3:49PM    Seattle, Washington

A Washington state mother thanked God for protecting her and her newborn daughter after she contracted the coronavirus this spring.

Angela Primachenko, 27, of Vancouver, Washington, went to the hospital March 24 with a fever and other symptoms of the virus, NBC/Today reported. The mother, 33-weeks pregnant, tested positive for the virus and eventually was placed in a medically-induced coma, according to the report.

Primachenko gave birth to her daughter, Ava, while in the coma; but today both mother and daughter are doing well, CBN News reports.

“Even in the hardest days and the hardest times, there’s hope,” Primachenko said. “And you can rely on God and people and community. The amount of community people that were praying for me is just unbelievable. I was blown away, and I’m so incredibly thankful. And I feel like I’m a miracle walking.”

Ava tested negative for the virus after she was born, according to the report.

Primachenko said she recently came off the ventilator, and she was discharged from the intensive care unit at the hospital.

“Everyone did a standing ovation and just clapped me out of the ICU, which was so amazing and such a huge thing to be able to leave the ICU and go to the floors,” she said. “It was just the grace of God.”

So far, she has only been allowed to see Ava, her husband, David, and their older daughter over video calls, but Primachenko and her family hope she will be home again soon.

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She will be allowed to see her family in person after she tests negative for the virus at least twice, according to the report.

Others’ survival stories also are giving people hope. Earlier this week, CNN reported about a New York mother who gave birth while being treated for the coronavirus. On Wednesday, Yanira Soriano got to hold her newborn son, Walter, for the first time, Newsday reports.

And on Tuesday, medical workers in England celebrated when a 106-year-old woman was released from the hospital after surviving COVID-19. Connie Titchen is believed to be the oldest survivor in England, according to Fox News 8.

Their stories bring hope amid fears about the pandemic. They also demonstrate that hard work and sacrifices are worth it to save lives, young and old, born and unborn.