Winnipeg Meals Truck Proprietor Hospitalized, Combating After Results of COVID-19

Coronavirus hit the entire Perez family, including mother and wife Sharon Perez. “It was difficult to breathe and I had to stay in the hospital for 12 days,” said Sharon. It also affected Sharon’s husband, Jesus Perez. The man is the father of four children and the owner of a food truck who has been in the hospital for three weeks and is fighting the aftermath of COVID-19. “I have my kidneys and high blood pressure,” Jesus said. The man said the virus almost killed him. “They told my wife to say goodbye because I probably won’t make it,” Jesus said. In addition to the physical and emotional burdens, there are the financial implications. The Perez family have not been able to operate their La Cabanita food truck for almost two months. “Coronavirus is not a joke, it’s here,” said Jesus. “We took all protective measures, masks, gloves, and hand sanitizer, and I got them.” Instead of worrying about his problems, Jesus said he was grateful for his blessings, including his life and family. “The doctors say it’s a miracle,” Jesus said. A GoFundMe page has been set up to help the family with their financial difficulties. Interested parties can click here.

Coronavirus hit the entire Perez family, including mother and wife Sharon Perez.

“It was difficult to breathe and I had to stay in the hospital for 12 days,” said Sharon.

It also affected Sharon’s husband, Jesus Perez. The man is the father of four children and the owner of a food truck who has been in the hospital for three weeks and is fighting the aftermath of COVID-19.

“I have my kidneys and high blood pressure,” said Jesus.

The man said the virus almost killed him.

“They told my wife to say goodbye because I probably won’t make it,” Jesus said.

In addition to the physical and emotional stress, there is the financial impact. The Perez family has not been able to operate their La Cabanita food truck for almost two months.

“Coronavirus is not a joke, it’s here,” said Jesus. “We took all the protective devices, masks, gloves and hand sanitizer with us and I got them.”

Instead of worrying about his problems, Jesus said he was grateful for his blessings, including his life and family.

“The doctors say I am a miracle,” said Jesus.

A GoFundMe page has been set up to help the family with their financial difficulties. Interested parties can click here.

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