Manitoba

COVID-19 patient's 'unreal' journey from Winnipeg hospital to Ontario ICU and back

The last thing Miles Kasprick remembers before waking up in an Ontario hospital bed was a Winnipeg doctor telling him his COVID-19 had worsened and he would have to be put into a coma.
Miles Kasprick needs a walker to get around and homecare for some of his medical needs following hospitalization for COVID-19. (John Woods/Winnipeg Free Press)

The last thing Miles Kasprick remembers before waking up in an Ontario hospital bed was a Winnipeg doctor telling him his COVID-19 had worsened and he would have to be put into a coma.

"Waking up, I was in fight-or-flight mode. I didn't know where I was, disoriented, and I started fighting the nurses and doctors," Kasprick told the Free Press in an interview Wednesday.

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