Cyber Boy Corp’s Head Software Engineer Hospitalized with COVID-19
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Cyber Boy Corp. was expected to release its online 3D chess game on Cinco de Mayo, or the fifth of May, but, the company’s Head of Software Engineering contracted Covid-19 and has been hospitalized since May 1 at Saint Luke’s Health System of Kansas City, Missouri. Hospitalizations are up 130 % at Saint Luke’s Health System. Medical professionals around the State are encouraging people to get vaccinated and to continue wearing masks outdoors and practice social distancing.
Erick Guerra, MD, “Everyone should follow WHO’s guidelines for COVID-19. We detected SARS-Cov-2 RNA in the patient’s stool and blood. Which required hospitalization for management. He had signs of a hypercoagulable state and at increased risk for arterial thrombosis of small vessels. I know how important the patient is to Cyber Boy Corp. and Sr. Roy Andrade. We are doing everything we can to keep them both happy.”
Sr. Roy Andrade, CTO, Cyber Boy Corp., “The assembly line has come to a complete stop. So, I am taking time off from work to recalculate the company’s next move and will communicate with my dude through a cloud-based peer-to-peer software platform. In the meantime, visit us at www.CyberBoyCorp.App. That’s all I wish to say publicly.”