28-year-old NHS pregnant nurse dies from coronavirus – but baby rescued after emergency cesarean – The Sun


A HEAVILY pregnant nurse died after being tested positive for coronavirus.

The 28-year-old woman delivered her baby in an emergency Cesarean, but died tragically soon after.

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    The nurse died tragically after undergoing an emergency cesarean
The nurse died tragically after undergoing an emergency cesareanCredit: PA: Press Association

Channel 4 News announced today that the little girl is alive and being treated.

It is not clear whether the child tested positive for the deadly virus.

According to reports, the condition of the pregnant woman initially seemed to improve before deteriorating.

The tragic mother of the baby was remembered as a “fabulous” nurse.

The CEO of the Trust, where the nurse worked, sent an internal email about the tragedy, saying that the decision to perform an emergency Cesarean had been made while her condition was worsening.

But he said that his little daughter’s survival was a “beacon of light in this very dark time”.

It comes after tributes were paid to a “superhero” doctor and a “wonderful” student nurse who died of coronaviruses.

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Dr. Peter Tun, 62, consultant, has worked as an associate neurorehabilitation specialist at the Royal Berkshire Hospital for over 21 years.

He died Monday in the intensive care unit of Reading Hospital after contracting Covid-19.

Another victim, Ade Raymond, 48, was in his first year of a mental health nurse course at Middlesex University.

The father of three, originally from Nigeria, also worked as a “highly regarded” health care assistant at the NHS.

At least 30 NHS workers died tragically after contracting the coronavirus, with government facing increasing criticism for the lack of PPE supplies for NHS staff.

Nurses said they were forced to share their equipment despite being on the front line of the pandemic.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock, meanwhile, has promised to investigate the exact cause of death for every NHS worker.

The latest figures from Wednesday show that 12,868 people died from coronavirus in the UK with 98,476 cases recorded.


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