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She was tested positive for Corona virus more than 20 days ago but doesn't have the symptoms of it, no cough, no temperature and no water in her lungs. Right now she is not eating and is on IV and oxygen, how much longer can she live for. She does not look like my mother I knew before lock down. They tell us she would have to get tested again in 37 days to see if she still has it which I think is too long cause there are people returning to work by me in two weeks from having it. I am just very confused right now, she is very weak and I want to know why she isn't eating or talking.

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Godbless, I too offer my condolences for your loss.
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the Lord has come for my mother .....now she is doing great in a better place with my father and sister...she will be sorely missed but her memories will go on for ever.....I know she will be looking down upon me from Heaven and will be my guardian angel...May God bless her and keep her in his everlasting love
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lealonnie1 May 2020
I'm so sorry for your loss, dear one. This whole event has been tragic, I know, and so much loss has come from it. I'm glad your beloved mom is with God now and out of pain & at perfect peace with your father & sister. Sending you a big hug and a prayer for some peace for YOU.
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Keep talking or playing music she likes by video if you can. It will be a comfort.

I don't know how to help you - I feel it's so unfair to lock families out at this time, although I understand. Best wishes to you.
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Younger then your mom. Sick with similar to virus, did not feel like eating or talking either.
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You already know she has it and that she isn't doing well, I'm not sure why the confusion. Just because a younger, reasonably healthy person has a mild case of covid doesn't mean that is what the course of the disease will be for a high risk individual, that what the experts have been telling us from the beginning and is the whole point of the extreme measures being taken around the world. I'm sorry, I hope she can pull through.
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Sorry your mom is not doing well. People present very differently with the coronavirus. Regardless of her diagnosis, etc., I would think that they are taking care of her based upon her symptoms and needs.

Sometimes when people are very sick they do refuse food.
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shad250 May 2020
Very true and add keep more often as well.
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