The Sta. Ana Hospital has sent off its 100th recovered coronavirus (COVID19) patient on Thursday, May 28.

This after Sta. Ana Hospital discharged four more recoveries from its Manila Infectious Disease Control Center (MIDCC), the facility handling mild to severe COVID19 cases in the City of Manila.

Two of the recovered patients were senior citizens while the other two were adults.

Emily Del Rosario, Sta. Ana’s 100th recovery, said that she experienced fever, lost of sense of taste and smell, difficulty in breathing, and pneumonia.

She stayed at the MIDCC for 1 month and 10 days before being declared as COVID19 free.

“Maraming salamat po Mayor naihanda niyo po talaga ang Ospital ng Sta. Ana para sa mga covid patient. Maganda po ang lagay namin at saka mababait po ang mga doctor at nurse,” Del Rosario said.

Aside from the discharge of COVID19 patients, the Sta. Ana Hospital also recognized five of its healthworkers who tirelessly went to duty during the pandemic.

“Maraming salamat po sa inyong serbisyo para ating mga kababayan,” Sta. Ana Hospital Director Dr. Grace Padilla said.

The healthcare workers were identified as Toni Paris, Patrick Tan, Gwendolyn Garcia, Mike Villaflor, and Alma Ronquillo. All five of them were also given tokens of appreciation for their service.