It was February of this year when Ainhoa Arteta was infected with covid-19. Unfortunately, like so many other people who have suffered the consequences of this virus, the singer was not asymptomatic, which led to a series of sequels that even today, five months after overcoming the disease, continue to take their toll.
It all started with a condition in the bronchial tubes that almost goes down into the lungs. Later, an edema caused the veins in the kneecaps of the bones to swell, which made him stay for a while wheelchair bound. Now, with normality already recovered and after getting back on stage, the Catalan has chosen to undergo a treatment in a medical hyperbaric chamber that will make you fully recover from the effects of the coronavirus.
Via a method of oxygen therapy of which she has made us participate on her Instagram, the soprano is trying to put an end to those small defects that have remained at the lung level, something for which she has put herself in the hands of the professionals at the Velázquez Center, in Madrid, who specialize in therapeutic measure that administers oxygen in high concentration to prevent the manifestations of hypoxia, which is nothing other than oxygen deficiency in the body’s blood, cells and tissues.
In the publication, for which Arteta has received almost three thousand likes, we find comments of all kinds. From those who use a sense of humor to comment on the “claustrophobia” that enters them when they see Ainhoa inside that futuristic aesthetic machine to those who have requested that this type of treatment be provided by Social Security so that all those who have experienced covid-19 have the same opportunities as her.
In her last meeting with the press, a recovered Ainhoa Arteta attested that she could walk well after several performances that she attended “stiff”, accompanied by crutches. “Those are the important things and the things that make us reflect about the truly important things in life, “he pointed out, aware of the seriousness of this pandemic.
Also, drawing on her own experience, the singer He sent a message to deniers like his partner Miguel Bosé: “I think everything that there is is too evident, and that there is a virus that I think is here to stay and that we are all going to have to raise awareness in order to fight it.”