Nancy Grace has revealed that her 89-year-old mother has come home just in time for Christmas after being hospitalized with Covid-19.
In an emotional video shared exclusively with DailyMail.com, a teary-eyed Nancy broke the good news, saying: ‘This truly is a Christmas miracle! My mother turned 89 in the Covid ward and just got home for Christmas! Thank you for your prayers. They have been answered and I will be forever grateful.’
DailyMail.com first reported that Nancy, her husband David Linch, their 13-year-old-twins John David and Lucy Elizabeth, and Nancy’s mother Elizabeth Grace all tested positive for coronavirus about two weeks ago.
The entire family has improved since then and their Covid symptoms have eased. They are officially on the mend and continue to isolate at their home in Atlanta.
Nancy Grace has revealed that her mother has come home just in time for Christmas after being hospitalized with Covid-19
‘This truly is a Christmas miracle! My mother turned 89 in the Covid ward and just got home for Christmas!’ teary-eyed Nancy said
Nancy’s mother Elizabeth Grace, 89, who has lived with Nancy and her family for the past four years in Atlanta, tested positive and was being treated in the Covid-19 ward of a hospital in Georgia
Nancy said in the video, ‘I’d like to thank all of the wonderful staff at the Northside Hospital in Atlanta who took such wonderful care of mother and nursed her back to health.
‘Northside Hospital is a special place for our family as it’s where my twins were born, and now it will be known as the place that saved my mother.’
‘Covid is no joke, we thought we had we had done everything right,’ she added. ‘Please keep wearing masks, social distancing and stay safe – no family should go through this’
Elizabeth, who has lived with Nancy and her family for the past four years in Atlanta, was in the Covid ward at the hospital after showing symptoms of lethargy, coughing and loss of appetite.
It was about two weeks ago when CrimeOnline’s Nancy took her mother straight to the emergency room after experiencing those symptoms.
That same day, Nancy, David and the twins were tested and quarantined, and on December 9 all were revealed to be Covid positive.
At the time Elizabeth was slowly improving in the hospital, while Nancy had an ongoing cough and flu-like symptoms.
The twins were only experiencing mild symptoms of headaches and sore throats, while David had severe headaches.
Nancy and her son John David lost their sense of smell.
At the time of the family’s diagnoses, Nancy told DailyMail.com: ‘We’re praying for my mom that she returns home as soon as she can. We’d like to thank the tremendous doctors and nurses who are taking such wonderful care of her.’
‘David, the twins and I, will continue to isolate at home while we recover and we look forward to Mom coming home as soon as we are all better.’
‘Covid is no joke, we thought we had done everything right. Please keep wearing masks, social distancing and stay safe – no family should go through this.’
Nancy Grace and her family have recovered from Covid-19 and are isolating at home in Atlanta, Georgia
Nancy took her mother straight to the emergency room when she was experiencing symptoms and told DailyMail.com at the time, ‘We’re praying for my Mom that she returns home as soon as she can. We’d like to thank the tremendous doctors and nurses who are taking such wonderful care of her’
The twins only experienced mild symptoms of headaches and sore throats. David has had severe headaches. Nancy and her son John David lost their sense of smell
Nancy, a legal journalist and victims rights advocate, has been using her crime-fighting expertise to help people ensure that they don’t fall prey to criminals for years.
She is a regular contributor on Emmy award-winning DailyMailTV.
Nancy recently published her latest book, Don’t Be a Victim: Fighting Back Against America’s Crime Wave, and exclusively spoke about the project with DailyMailTV.
‘I don’t just report on cases, I try to solve cases,’ Nancy said of her inspiration to pen the new book. ‘Especially right now in a world full of uncertainly. A lot of people feel very powerless but you don’t have to feel that way.’
Don’t Be A Victim took two years to research during which Grace tapped into every single case that she’s worked on throughout her career from a prosecutor all the way up to today.