After spending months in the hospital for 19-COVID Swedish Medical Center Issaquah, Washington., Michael Flor, 70, said that he knew that his time would be expensive. He had spent 62 days in an intensive care unit, including artificial weeks in a coma, and then comes close to death that his family had called to say goodbye. But he says he has always been to re-read the hospital bill “thrilling” – for $1.1 million. “I had to try several times … to see if I was right,” Flor, a resident of Seattle, told TIME. The 181-page bill nearly 3,000 disaggregated taxes are included, reports the Seattle Times. His room in the intensive care unit alone had cost about $9700 a day, says Flor. Flor says that the total cost for its treatment is likely to be higher because the bill does not contain multiple elements, including expenses for its skilled nursing facility, dialysis and doctors who treated him. Flor says ultimately, there is no need to pay for her treatment for a large part. He is assured by Medicare and Medicare Advantage by Kaiser Permanente. The healthcare company has announced that it is the most out-of-pocket costs for patients COVID-19 by 2020. Dr. Anne Lipke, a pulmonary specialist and critical care is Swedish waiver, told the Times that c ‘ it was a time when she was surprised that Flor has made it through a weekend. “It was so bad as you can get, with quenching virtually every organ system,” said Lipke. Swedish Medical Center Issaquah did not respond to a request for comment on the weather.