Frank Lindsay’s Health Now Improving

Frank Lindsay has been removed from a ventilator and his health is improving, according to his daughter.  Not only was Frank diagnosed with COVID, he was also diagnosed with pneumonia.

“Frank’s unanticipated recovery may be due to the five medicines he was provided including two antiviral medications as well as two antibiotic medications,” stated ACSOL executive director Janice Bellucci.  “It is also likely that thoughts and prayers are helping him heal.”

Frank was hospitalized on Monday evening after complaining of difficult breathing.  Due to low oxygen levels, he was placed on a ventilator on Wednesday.

Despite being taken off of a ventilator, Frank is expected to remain in the hospital at least for the next several days.   He is currently in an Intensive Care Unit and is not allowed visitors.


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Prayers Do Work ! 🙏🏼 We need ya Frank ! I hope he lives to one day be free from the Hells of this registry. Keep fighting Bud we need ya.

One of my fears is , being in the hospital , or an old folks home , or any institution where I’m being taken care of. I know that when I’m ” found out ‘ I can expect special care, ! This is one of the perks to being on the registory. I hope some nutted up do gooder dont pull Franks plug in the middle of the night. He needs to get out of the hospital , and off the registory. !

This is Great News!!!

So happy for Frank and his family and all of us. He’s a gem

Great news

Thank The Lord, and…he’ll pull through it, he’s tough, even a hammer to the head and all these years on line since 79′.
We NEED our Treasurer and our Founder+ JB’s liquid plumber. Glad to hear, THX JB on the updates and OUT of ICU. good news for Frank too. Thank you Janice (JB).

Sending all of our love and prayers your way Frank!!! With love Russ, Sabrina and Amelia.

I have just spoken to Frank’s daughter and she told me that Frank has been moved out of ICU and back to critical care where he started. Frank continues to receive oxygen, although at a lower level, and is still testing positive for COVID. Frank is scheduled to start physical therapy today in his hospital room as well as to start eating soft food. This is great progress! Please keep Frank in your thoughts and prayers.

We all wish him a healthy speedy recovery.

My thoughts and prayers are with you Frank. I’m very happy to hear you are improving.

Stay strong, we need you, and want you with us.