Coronavirus Patient Leaves The Medical Center Of Aurora After 76 Days

By Kathy Walsh | CBS Denver

AURORA, Colo. (CBS4)– A man from Lone Tree went home from the hospital on Tuesday after 2½ months battling coronavirus. Fabian Gonzalez Flores’ stay is the longest for a COVID-19 patient at The Medical Center of Aurora.

Staff and family clapped and cheered in a lobby sendoff. It was a fitting farewell for a very familiar patient.

Fabian Gonzalez Flores, 35, left TMCA after 76 days. He had entered on April 8 with COVID-19.

“I think the worst was that I wasn’t able to breathe,” Fabian, who speaks Spanish, said through a remote interpreter.

He told CBS4 he was rushed from one hospital to TMCA.

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