Two years have passed since the Corona epidemic began. Due to this he spent about 14 months in prison and at home. News Daily Sabah.
Muzaffar Kayasan, 58, who has been suffering from corona for a long time, is a leukemia patient. In November 2020, he contracted corona for the first time. The virus did not bother him much in the first phase. He returned home after a short stay in the hospital. Muzaffar went for voluntary isolation at his home in Istanbul’s Sar Yar district to fully recover. This was the beginning of his house arrest.
Corona patients usually do not have to stay in isolation if the test results are negative after two weeks. But after so many weeks, the next test did not have the negative result of Muzaffar’s Kayasan. He tested 6 times in all but every time the result is positive. He was forced to stay under house arrest in hospital and at home for 14 months. He was in hospital for 9 months and at home for 5 months.
Annoyed by this situation, Muzaffar appealed to the local authorities to release him from captivity. Life under house arrest somehow separated him from his family. He had to be content to see his children and grandchildren through the windows of the house.
A local news agency published an interview with Muzaffar on Friday. In an interview, Muzaffar said that he did not get any negative results for a long time and he wanted to know the solution from the doctors. Muzaffar also said that he started taking some drugs to increase his immunity on the advice of a doctor. And that’s how he survived. “It’s very difficult to survive,” he said.
After a certain period of time, his negative result came in the two-point test. At that time, apart from his wife, one of his sons died. Later in the test he also got negative result.
Muzaffar said: “At first I thought I was carrying the virus myself. At that time no one was with me except them (wife and children). I thought the virus got to me more than them. ‘ “I was in such a state of mind that even if a cat walked by the window I thought it might attack me,” he joked.
Muzaffar Kayasan’s life is still stuck in four walls as he is not well. He was talking about that sadness, ‘I have no problem at the moment except the pain of not being with my loved ones. It is very difficult.
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