Peter Jones of Devon reported that three of his family members quickly recovered from coronavirus but her young son was not so lucky. This comes after a weekend of many people in the country, ignoring government lockdown rules and disrespecting social distance in the parks.
On the social media site, the father said, “My baby is in the hospital tonight to recover from an infection from #coronavirus.
“We were isolated for 3 weeks, I brought the virus home after a short visit to Tesco, 3 of us quickly recovered our 1 year old child was less fortunate. Please #StayHomeSaveLives & #ThankYouNHS!
“The reason I share something so personal is because I want people to know that one trip can risk it all! Please don’t go out! Stay at home and protect your love!
“Please share so others can avoid our experience!” “
The baby was taken to the Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust for treatment.
Mr. Jones wrote, “Thank you for all of these kind messages. I must say we were unlucky, such a reaction in a young child is rare according to the doctors so people should not worry and he recovered very quickly with the right support.
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His tweets have been retweeted thousands of times with people giving support messages.
A Twitter user said, “I went to Tesco yesterday.
“They have brands all over the floor and are doing their best, but many customers have no idea. “
Health Secretary Matt Hancock warned that the lock restrictions could become tighter if people ignored them.
Supermarkets have tried to limit the possibility of people contracting the virus, thereby creating social distancing and asking people to line up outside.
The death toll in the UK is currently 5,000 after the death of 621 people yesterday.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson continues to lead the government’s response from the hospital.
Foreign Minister Dominic Raab chaired the daily coronavirus meeting.
More than 23.5 million viewers watched the nation’s Queen’s Coronavirus speech last night.