Bismarck Woman Makes Full Recovery From COVID-19
BISMARCK, N.D. - According to KFYR-TV-A Bismarck woman has made a full recovery from COVID-19!
Alicia Rich has recovered from virus, but still feels a little tired from fighting the illness. She plans to donate plasma to BioLife Services in Bismarck to help find a vaccine.
"The whole reason I went public with this was to try to make a difference and by (donating plasma), I can really make a difference," said COVID-19 survivor, Alicia Rich.
Rich says the health department said it's possible her anti-bodies built up a resistance to COVID-19, though more research is needed to confirm. Her parents remain in quarantine as a precaution.
At the time of this article, Thursday, April 2nd North Dakota is sitting with 142 cases of COVID-19 and we've had 3 deaths. South Dakota has 129 cases and 2 deaths. Montana has 216 cases and 6 deaths reported. Minnesota leads the region with 689 cases of COVID-19 and 17 deaths. We had over 1000 deaths in the USA alone yesterday.