Transcript for Family with triplets celebrates win against COVID-19
You met them right here, once our persons of the week, and they were deserving. Tonight, showing their strength and determination again. You first met the cantos brothers, triplets from Arlington, Virginia, right here. They're blind, and impressive. Named persons of the week when they all became eagle scouts. Brand new eagle scouts Leo, Nick, and Steven cantos. I don't think it would have felt the same if we had done it with exceptions or special considerations. I made it the same way as other eagle scouts. We met Ollie, their dad who adopted them. He's blind as well, they presented him with eagle scout pins as well. I wear these with pride. Because they made it to eagle scout, they are ambassadors of the possible. Reporter: Last Monday, all three brothers tested positive for covid-19. WJLA spoke with Leo. It's really scary. I mean, when I came to the hospital I was like, "What's going on? You know? I've never been this sick before." Reporter: Nick, now in the hospital too. Steve isolating at home. Their father, unable to be by their side, proud and in awe of the resilience. Reporter: Tonight we're happy to report Leo is going home. Reporter: Through the hospital doors. There we go. Reporter: Leo sending us this message. One of the things that we learned during the scouts and when I became an eagle scout is not to give up even though sometimes things aren't easy to fight. I'm continuing to fight through it and so are my brothers. Keep up the fight, we cheered you on years New Yorkers, cover your nose and mouth to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
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