Prayers Answered! Rev. Jesse Jackson’s Wife Jacqueline Home From Chicago Hospital After Coronavirus Battle

We have a little much better news to report about Mr. and Mrs. Rev. Jackson in the middle of their healing back to health after a two-week-long fight with the coronavirus.

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First, fortunately! Jacqueline Jackson, the other half of the Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr., returned house from a Chicago medical facility on Friday. Her stay consisted of time in the extensive care system where she was getting additional oxygen and by the grace of God was never ever put on a ventilator.

” Our mom is leaving the Northwestern Memorial Hospital and getting back,” the Jackson household stated in a declaration. “Our household is grateful to God and the medical group that treated her which is enabling her body to continue to recover from the COVID-19 infection.”

Jonathan Jackson, among the couple’s 5 kids, just recently reported to the Associated Press that Jacqueline Jackson did not get immunized since she has a “pre-existing condition” that they were stressed over. He did not, nevertheless, explain about the condition. We are really pleased to report that she remains in the convenience of her own house now and will continue to make strides towards a complete healing.

Rev. Jesse Jackson on the other hand is still at Shirley Ryan Ability Lab where he is getting “extensive occupational and physical treatment” after the infection exacerbated signs of his Parkinson’’ s illness, according to FOX 32 and WLS-TV in Chicago.

He is nevertheless presently COVID unfavorable according to his boy Jesse Jackson Jr.

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Rev. Jackson, who is 79, was totally immunized back in January, getting 2 dosages of the Pfizer vaccine. Jackson was detected with Parkinson’s in 2017. His development back to health has actually been an uphill struggle however the household has actually regularly applauded the medical group that took care of their moms and dads, and prompted everybody who has actually not yet been immunized to do so “instantly.”

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We will continue to keep the Jacksons in our prayers and want a full-on and quick healing. Updates will be supplied as they appear.

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