Charles Hanson

First post: Jul 26, 2020 Latest post: Oct 23, 2020
.We are using the CaringBridge site to keep family and friends updated in one place on Charles Hanson progress. Charles Hanson , known to many as daddy, grandaddy, Reverend, Pastor, and Bishop started his fight with COVID/pneumonia on Sunday July 19, 2020. Charles is known by many as the bishop of the Congregational Holiness Church. To many he is known as their previous pastor, where he pastored the Plainview CH in Piedmont Ala, Macon 1st/Living Hope CH in Macon Ga, and Living Waters CH in Griffin Ga . For many years he was known as the World Mission Executive Director for World Mission. In the last three years, he has been known as bishop of the Congregational Holiness Churches all over the world.

In the early morning hours of Sunday, July 19, 2020, Charles woke his wife Susan and was running a fever. He ran a fever throughout the day on Sunday and felt very tired and had no energy. On Monday July 20, he was still running a fever. He decided that he would go to the urgent care and be tested for covid. He had known several friends who had tested positive. He was thinking he could possibly have a sinus infection. After going to the urgent care and having to wait forever he was tested. A EKG and X-ray were performed. His EKG was abnormal and the lower lobe of his lung showed pneumonia. His Covid test results came back positive.The urgent care called the ambulance and they transported him to the hospital. His phone had died and he had no way of calling Susan to let her know what was going on. The nurse at the Urgent Care called Susan . After being in the emergency room for several hours , he received breathing treatments. His blood gasses came back looking good so they sent him home with an antibiotic. This is where his story begins.
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