1. Coronavirus survivor returns home after 110 days on ventilator  Boston Herald
  2. ‘There’s no better place to come home to’: A COVID victim’s grueling medical journey from the edge of death to the family he loves  The Boston Globe
  3. Sudbury dad gets big homecoming after conquering coronavirus  Boston Herald
  4. After Battling COVID For 6 Months In Hospital, Sudbury Man Returns Home  CBS Boston
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At long-last, 58-year-old Mike Walsh was back home after more than a half-year battling a historic pandemic. In that time, he was hospitalized and placed on a ventilator for more than 100 days so perilously close to death that doctors braced the family for the possibility — even likelihood — that he would never return home. Yet here he was.At long-last, 58-year-old Mike Walsh was back home after more than a half-year battling a historic pandemic. In that time, he was hospitalized and placed on a ventilator for more than 100 days so perilously close to death that doctors braced the family for the possibility — even likelihood — that he would never return home. Yet here he was.

‘There’s no better place to come home to’: A COVID victim’s grueling medical journey from the edge of death to the family he loves - The Boston Globe

It was a happy welcome home on Wednesday for Mike Walsh, a Sudbury man who was on a ventilator for 110 days.It was a happy welcome home on Wednesday for Mike Walsh, a Sudbury man who was on a ventilator for 110 days.

After Battling COVID For 6 Months In Hospital, Sudbury Man Returns Home – CBS Boston

Families, friends, and neighbors of Sudbury man Mike Walsh gathered in front of his house Wednesday to celebrate a miracle: after six months battling COVID and complications in the hospital and 110 days on a ventilator, he came home.Families, friends, and neighbors all showed up to celebrate a miracle. Beloved Sudbury neighbor Mike Walsh returned home Wednesday after a six-month battle with coronavirus and its lethal complicat…

Sudbury dad gets big homecoming after conquering coronavirus