Good news for Tampa Bay Lightning National Anthem singer, Sonya Bryson-Kirksey.
According to a report from WTSP, her husband says she will likely be released from the hospital on Friday.
In mid-July, we found out Sonya Bryson-Kirksey had been admitted to the hospital following complications from COVID-19. Sonya has been very open about her MS diagnosis and received the vaccine, but still contracted COVID-19.
Unfortunately, a couple of weeks ago the Tampa Bay Lightning National Anthem Singer had a setback and was moved to the ICU. ON August 4th we found out that she was released from the ICU and now we get the great news that she will be coming home. Her husband, Jimmie, has said had she not received the vaccine, things might have been much worse.
We are sending all of our thoughts and prayers to Sonya for a speedy recovery. We hope to hear her beautiful voice the night the Tampa Bay Lightning get to raise their championship banner in October.
GOOD NEWS 🙌 Tampa Bay Lightning national anthem singer Sonya Bryson-Kirksey will be released from the hospital Friday after being diagnosed with COVID-19 in July, her husband says. https://t.co/N6h0IMdvo7 pic.twitter.com/KNdUOqxj2q— 10 Tampa Bay (@10TampaBay) August 11, 2021
Happier times for Sonya: The Bolts Stanley Cup Celebration
Sonya was able to celebrate with the team as they floated up the Hillsborough River with the Stanley Cup.