ALBANY, Ga. (WALB) - What seemed like a tragic diagnosis turned into a miracle for one south Georgia COVID-19 patient.
Wanda Taylor was put into Phoebe’s Critical Care Unit back on March 24.
She was sedated and placed on a ventilator, and her kidneys also started shutting down.
However, On April 8, Taylor started to make a tremendous change when her kidneys started to function again.
She was moved to Phoebe North, and then to Macon Rehab Center, while still on the ventilator.
After almost a month of battling COVID-19, Taylor was taken off of the ventilator on May 10.
On Thursday, Taylor was able to return home but not before friends, family, and health care workers could throw a parade in her honor.
Welcome home, Ms. Wanda!