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IT WAS TERRIFYING’ Asymptomatic Mother unknowingly infects SEVENTEEN of her 18 children with disease as she did not show any symptoms
Brittany Jencik and her family | Daily Examiner

An American woman Brittany Jencik has unknowingly infected 17 of her 18 children with coronavirus because she didn’t show symptoms after contracting the virus.
Jencik who resides in Penfield, N.Y. near Rochester is reported to have infected the children some of whom are adopted while asymptomatic five weeks ago.
She eventually became sick from the virus and the children also began to show symptoms.
Describing the experience flu-like virus impact on her family, she said it hit the family “like a freight train.”
‘It was terrifying. I was a little ahead of them in the timing of it all,’ the mother said.
‘I was as afraid of my life as I had ever been, and not much scares me,’ she tells WHAM.
Speaking about the sickest days, she said:
“I was extremely concerned that I was never going to be the same.”
The family is slowly on the way to recovery after isolating for weeks.
It remains unclear how Jencik herself was infected.
When Jencik became seriously ill, her kids – some of whom are adopted – started to show symptoms.
She said the deadly virus was “like a freight train” hitting her family.
It was terrifying,” Jencik told WHAM. “I was a little ahead of them in the timing of it all.”
“I was as afraid of my life as I had ever been, and not much scares me.”
The mom-of-eighteen doesn’t know how she contracted coronavirus.
“I was extremely concerned that I was never going to be the same,” Jencik said of her battle with the disease that has infected millions and killed over 30,000 Americans.
The Jenciks are finally on the road to recovery after weeks of isolation and the busy mom asked her friend, Matt Moreno, the CEO of Purify Global, to sanitize her home.
Moreno brought in a team of 12 to scrub down her upstate abode for two hours, wearing hazmat suits for protection while Jencik’s family waited outside.
“We put on commercial grade gas masks with a cartridge that’s meant to withstand a nuclear attack,” he said.
Jencik said it was necessary because she “needed to know from my mama heart that I was protecting the people I love to the best extent I possibly could.”
Brittany Jencik and her family | The Sun
Jencik asked her friend, Matt Moreno, the CEO of Purify Global, to sanitize her home.
Moreno brought in a team of 12 to scrub down her upstate abode for two hours, wearing hazmat suits for protection while Jencik’s family waited outside.
“We put on commercial grade gas masks with a cartridge that’s meant to withstand a nuclear attack,” he said.
So far, New York State, the nation’s epicenter of the outbreak, has had more than 223,699 confirmed cases of the coronavirus, which has been blamed for more than 12,800 deaths.
Across the country, there have been 691,567 confirmed cases of the coronavirus, which has been blamed for 36,185 deaths.

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