Temecula resident crosses the COVID-19 finish line at Temecula Valley Hospital

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David Rich and wife Roxana
Temecula resident David Rich poses for a photo with his wife Roxana after being released from Temecula Valley Hospital where he was treated for COVID-19. Valley News/Courtesy photo
TEMECULA – Temecula resident David Rich recovered from COVID-19 at Temecula Valley Hospital and was released. “I thought I had the flu,” he said. “After about a week of my temperature spiking to 104 degrees, I knew something was wrong since I wasn’t getting better.” Rich said he is normally a healthy Temecula resident. He hardly ever gets sick or takes prescriptions. He enjoys time outdoors and does landscaping and yardwork, and he recently replaced the gutters on his home. His wife Roxana Rich thought at first he had heatstroke, she said. She monitored her husband while he wasn’t feeling well at home and began to worry. “His temperature alarmed me,” she said. She took him into Temecula Valley Hospital’s emergency room, and he was diagnosed with COVID-1
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