The father ended up hospitalized for a week, with double pneumonia, damaged kidneys and respiratory failure. He is lucky to be alive. As he later said, “It was a life-changing experience … I was totally against it, but if you give me a second chance, it’s worth a try,” said Patrick Johnson.
Yes, literally “worth a try”.
There is no sympathy here for these types of people, who risk their own lives and those of those around them for nothing, just because they refused to get vaccinated. Now that they have seen how devastating it can be, they say that everyone will get vaccinated, but that they have to wait three months after infection.
A Kennewick, Wash. family is sharing their story about the COVID-19 vaccine, hoping it can help save at least one life.
The Johnson family was against vaccines until they contracted COVID.
The family is now celebrating what they call a second chance at life and want to share how their perspective on vaccines has changed.
Patrick Johnson is still adjusting to life after COVID.
The 46-year-old father of two had to be hospitalized on oxygen for nearly a week. He left the hospital on Friday, after contracting the virus that he did not think would affect him.
Throughout the test, Patrick Johnson lost 25 pounds and considers himself lucky not to have lost his life.
He and his entire family were against vaccines during the pandemic.
A Kennewick, Wash. family is sharing their story about the COVID-19 vaccine, hoping it can help save at least one life. https://t.co/7wqbqY40D3
– KOMO News (@komonews) July 23, 2021