David Lat’s breathing capacity and oxygen levels have increased mildly, which are positive signs as he fights the novel coronavirus, but he remains in intensive care and on a ventilator. And his doctors still do not know what the outcome will be as he struggles to survive COVID-19, said Lat’s husband late Thursday afternoon.

“There have been mild improvements in his oxygen and his breathing, but he remains intubated and we are still very far from out of the woods,” said Zachary Baron Shemtob, Lat’s husband, in a phone interview.

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