Jeremih Out of ICU and In Recovery From COVID

Jeremih Out of ICU and In Recovery From COVID

Jeremih Out of ICU and In Recovery From COVID!

Thankfully, singer Jeremih is out of the ICU and on his way to recovering after coming down with COVID-19. Read on for more details on Jeremih recovery…

CelebnHealth247.com reports that the R&B singer’s family says that Jeremih has been transferred out of the ICU he was being treated at last week and is now going to spend the rest of his recovery.

Jeremih’s family has a new update since the previous one. He is in a regular hospital setting, where the “true healing” is set to begin.

The 33-year-old singer has been through a lot since he was first rushed to the hospital and admitted to the ICU. Thankfully things have turned for the better as he has been taken off the ventilator.

TMZ reports:

We’ve also been told the fam thanks everyone for their thoughts and prayers during this health scare — there was no shortage of people sending good vibes his way … including a ton of artists he’s collaborated with over the years, like 50 Cent and others.

The update is fantastic news, as it appeared Jeremih’s health was going downhill and fast last weekend when we learned he was on a ventilator after having been admitted for intensive care. The prognosis sounded quite grim, but now … it’s almost like a 180.

It’s unclear if Jeremih still has the virus — or how long he’s even had it … but the fact he’s being treated normally now seems to mean the guy will be okay after all.
Thank God ??

Jeremih’s mother, Gwenda Starling, shared her sense of relief to USA Today, describing:

Things seemed like, all of a sudden, to attack his body. That virus viciously attacked every organ in his body. His body was shutting down and they were telling me every day for a week that he just wasn’t getting better.

Gwenda Starling went on to speak about the emotional toll his hospitalization has been on the family:

His mom said:

It was a tremendous nightmare. The whole family was just so saddened and just shocked, first of all. After we got out of that whole shock thing, it was like ‘OK, we’ve got to pray.

Prayers to Jeremih and his family.