Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.A father of four spoke about his battle with COVID-19 on Monday after spending 17 days on a ventilator and being treated with antiviral drug remdesivir, which was developed to fight Ebola.Speaking on “Fox & Friends First” on Monday, Mike DeWan said he got sick first and then his entire family contracted the new coronavirus. “We had a birthday dinner for my daughter, so my in-laws and my mother and her husband were here, so there were 10 of us,” DeWan, of Pennsylvania, said. “It was a Sunday and on Monday I got sick, and progressively through the week the rest of the family got sick.”His wife Kelly said that by that Wednesday she got sick as well as the couple’s four daughters. DeWan had the most severe case of COVID-19 in his family and doctors were not sure he was going to survive.DeWan said he doesn’t remember much because he “was under” so his wife was making a lot of the decisions when he was in the hospital. “From what I’m told, I was able to be put on the drugs for compassionate usage and just grateful that I was able to get that,”


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