Posted August 25, 2018 06:22:56A family member of a Canadian man recovering from a flu virus that has left his body feeling like it is on the verge of collapse has shared a series of photos on Instagram showing his recovery.
In the series, a photo of Dr. John Dyer, a pediatric neurologist, and his wife is juxtaposed against a photo taken just days earlier of his son and grandson.
Dr. Dyer has been taking his grandson, Andrew, to and from his father’s home in Toronto, where he has been recovering from flu-like symptoms since July 28.
Andrew Dyer said the doctor told him that he had to take his son with him to his father in New Brunswick.
Andrew said he is going to be in New York City for a few days to see if he can get his dad there to visit.
Andrew said he and his family are getting to grips with the flu symptoms.
Andrew has been staying in a hotel in Fredericton, New Brunswick, where his family is staying.
He posted a picture of himself and his son on Thursday with a message reading, “I’m so glad to be home.
My son Andrew is at the hospital and I’m working to make sure he gets the care he needs.”
Andrew said Andrew was diagnosed with the Flu-like illness on Thursday.
Andrew was taken to the hospital on Thursday night, after a family member reported the symptoms to him.
Andrew has a fever of 107 degrees and a rash.
Andrew’s sister, Nicole Dyer told CBC News that she was concerned about Andrew’s health and asked her brother if he would be willing to come home.
She said Andrew said yes.
Nicole said that when she asked him why, Andrew said, “Because I need to take care of my family.”
Nicole and Andrew said they are worried about Andrew because they don’t know how long he will be in the hospital.
Nicola said she and Andrew are getting more worried about the flu as the days go by.
They are worried he may not be able to return home because he is in New Jersey.
Nicolas Dyer asked if she could get Andrew to go to the doctor to get some testing done.
Nicoles sister, who is also Andrew’s father, said she doesn’t know if Andrew is receiving enough fluids and that the family needs to be vigilant.