After the cesarean, Goes was revived and transferred to another hospital. It remained attached to the respirator until 8 May. On the 9th he saw his daughter in a video call for the first time. The baby tested negative for the virus and remained in solitary confinement until the mother recovered. On May 20, after about a month, Goes was able to hug his baby girl for the first time. “Being able to tighten it was so exciting,” said the nurse, as reported by the Daily Mail.
When mom and daughter left the hospital, the medical staff applauded and celebrated with balloons.