Jaimuay Sae-ung was the first Thai woman who was detected with the deadly coronavirus. Jaimuay visited Wuhan the Chinese city where the virus began spreading.
The 73 old year woman was suffering from heart disease so her family was concerned that she may not survive after being affected by the virus. Jaimuay defied the odds of beating the disease and became a survivor as she recovered from the disease.
She told the local media that she was suffering from fever and exhaustion which she believes was because she walked a lot during her trip in china or she feared it could have been a sign of heart disease.
Later when she went to Nakhon Pathom Hospital on January 3rd doctors confirmed she had coronavirus. She was kept in isolation as soon as she was known.
Mrs. Saeung told: “I was confused why I had to be in the isolation. There were two to three layers of glass.” She also revealed she was scared by the strict quarantine she was placed in.
She also told that medics who treated her were fully covered and only their eyes were visible. she also told that she was only allowed to see her family through video call and was not allowed to see them otherwise.
She started getting better after three days of treatment and she was discharged in nine days when she fully recovered. Her daughter Krittika Sae-ung said: “it’s one in a million, we are the luckiest. I don’t know how to explain it. I can only say we are ao lucky. I feel l happy and I feel uplifted.”