Coronavirus UK: Eight-year-old dad, 34, dies after “recovery”

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A father of eight died unexpectedly after feeling like he was recovering from the coronavirus.

Construction worker Nicu Urzica, who was only 34 and lived in London, had to leave the hospital when he turned for the worse.

Now his wife Lidia and eight young children, aged six months to 12 years, are facing life without him.

To date, generous supporters have raised over £ 90,000 for his devastated young family.

Construction worker Nicu Urzica, (photo), only 34 years old and living in London, had to be discharged from the hospital when he turned for the worse.

Construction worker Nicu Urzica, (photo), only 34 years old and living in London, had to leave the hospital when he turned for the worse.

Urzica, from Transylvania, Romania, spent 10 days in hospital after returning with symptoms he initially thought were caused by a cold.

He had spent a week at home on “the cold” and returned to work, but after two days he fell ill again and felt he could not breathe.

Mr. Urzica (bottom left) and family members in a photo published in the honor of a parent

Mr. Urzica (bottom left) and family members in a photo published in the honor of a parent

According to Mr. Urzica’s brother, Ianis, who spoke to Obiectiv, he was put on oxygen and admitted to intensive care in a serious condition.

Ianis said: “After a week in intensive care, he was transferred to a [different] and they were even discussing an exit, when suddenly the situation changed.

“His condition has worsened. He appears to have suffered from blood clots.

Urzica died on April 11 of a heart attack, Ioan Pavel, the mayor of his hometown, told Realitatea.

Her family is trying to bring her body home while planning a funeral in Romania.

The father of eight was a church enthusiast, and a GoFundMe page was created by the Romanian Pentecostal Church Emanuel in Edgware, north-west London.

The page read: “God called his brother Nicu Urzica, 34, father of eight children.

“The youngest child is six months old and the oldest is 10 years old.

“We want this money to be an aid for the funeral of Brother Nicu as well as Sister Lidia and the eight orphaned children left by their father.

“Brother Nicu Urzica was a singer in groups and choirs of the Emanuel Church, being a devoted brother for the works of the Lord and his family.

“Thank you for making a donation to this family. Lidia and their eight children need your help in these difficult times.

The father of eight was a church follower, and a GoFundMe page was created by the Romanian Pentecostal church Emanuel in Edgware, north-west London.

The father of eight was a church follower, and a GoFundMe page was created by the Romanian Pentecostal church Emanuel in Edgware, north-west London.

The number of coronavirus cases in the UK currently stands at 98,476. The death toll on Wednesday reached 12,868.

Sometimes more healthcare workers have died from the pandemic, bringing the death toll to 45.

Nurse Mary Agyeiwaa Agyapong, who worked as a nurse in a general department of the hospital, died on Sunday. But her baby gave birth well and is doing well, the hospital said.

David Carter, Managing Director of Bedfordshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, said: “Mary has worked here for five years and was a very appreciated and appreciated member of our team, a fantastic nurse and a great example of what we stand for in this trust .

“She tested positive for Covid-19 after being tested on April 5 and was admitted to hospital on April 7.

“Our thoughts and sincere condolences go out to Mary’s family and friends at this sad time. “

On Monday, father of two, Dr. Peter Tun, 62, died in the intensive care unit of a hospital in Reading.

Another victim, Ade Raymond, 48, worked as a medical assistant for the Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust before dying.

And Cheryl Williams, who worked as a housekeeper in a senior patient unit at the North Middlesex University Hospital in Edmonton, north London, died on Easter Sunday.

At least 40 NHS staff died during the epidemic after a positive test, but it is not known how many of them contracted the virus due to an insufficient supply of PPE.

Father of two, Dr. Peter Tun, who worked as an associate neurorehabilitation specialist at Royal Berkshire Hospital for more than 21 years, died on Monday.

Father of two, Dr. Peter Tun, who worked as an associate neurorehabilitation specialist at Royal Berkshire Hospital for more than 21 years, died on Monday.

Tributes were paid to Mary Agyeiwaa Agyapong, with the woman’s colleagues saying that she was “a fabulous nurse and a great example of what we stand for.”

The CEO of the Trust described her as a “wonderful young woman who has made a huge contribution,” according to Channel 4 News.

In an internal email to staff, he said that the decision to perform an emergency Cesarean was made after the woman’s condition deteriorated. It is not known if her child also has a coronavirus.

Tributes were also paid to Dr Tun. He worked as an associate neurorehabilitation specialist at the Royal Berkshire Hospital for over 21 years.

In an emotional tribute, his sons revealed that he had always told them, “Treat all of your patients as if they were your own family.”

In a statement, his children said, “Our family is extremely proud of our superhero father.

“He used to say, ‘Treat all of your patients as if they were your own family,’ and that testifies to the type of character he had.

“For us, he was simply the best human we know and we will miss him every day. “

Another victim, Ade Raymond, 48 (photo) worked as a medical assistant for the Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust before dying

Another victim, Ade Raymond, 48 (photo) worked as a medical assistant for the Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust before dying

Steve McManus, Managing Director of the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust, said: “The death of Peter has caused a wave of grief across the organization.

“Tributes are flowing from the staff who have worked with Peter over the years and we will miss him greatly.

“On behalf of the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust, we extend our sincere condolences to Peter’s family, friends and colleagues. “

The specialist’s colleagues also paid tribute to him, one of whom called him “a mentor, a father and a friend.”

Dr. Jonathan Mamo, who worked alongside Dr. Tun in the hospital’s neurorehabilitation unit, said: “Peter was like a father to all of us in our Reading unit.

“Although he is a calm and soft-spoken individual, he always knew what to say and when to say it. “

He said that Dr. Tun, who cared for patients with complex neurological conditions, was a “big believer in the power of love” who “loved helping people”.

Dr. Mamo added, “His office is now empty and we all miss his extraordinary presence.

“For all of us at the Neuro Rehabilitation Unit at the Royal Berkshire Hospital, he was not just a colleague; he was a mentor, a father and a friend.

Cheryl Williams (left), who worked as a housekeeper in a senior patient unit at the North Middlesex University Hospital in Edmonton, north London, died on Easter Sunday

Cheryl Williams (left), who worked as a housekeeper in a senior patient unit at the North Middlesex University Hospital in Edmonton, north London, died on Easter Sunday

Dr. Tun, who arrived in the United Kingdom from Burma in 1994, was promoted to associate specialist in 2004 and was a member and contributor to the British Society of Rehabilitation Medicine.

Professor Christine Collin, who worked alongside Dr. Tun at the hospital for 12 years, called him a “steadfastly kind, caring, and gentle man” who was “much loved and respected” by patients and his colleagues.

“Peter had the compassion, respect and knowledge to help meet the clinical needs of people with severe neurological disabilities, and had the useful attribute of always presenting a smiling face to the world,” she said. declared.

“His family was his main joie de vivre, but he was also a talented artist and could produce beautiful watercolors from his native country.

Steve McManus, Managing Director of the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust, said: “The death of Peter has caused a wave of grief across the organization.

“Tributes are flowing from the staff who have worked with Peter over the years and we will miss him greatly.

“On behalf of the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust, we extend our sincere condolences to Peter’s family, friends and colleagues. “

Colleagues of Mr. Raymond at Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust also paid tribute after his tragic death.

Dr. Mehdi Veisi tweeted, “RIP Ade. I remember your smile every time I saw you at Barnet. The BEH family is lost and in shock. You will always be on our mind.

The North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust (photo) said: `` With the greatest sadness, we can confirm the death of our very dear colleague Cheryl Williams ''

The North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust (photo) said: “With great sadness, we can confirm the death of our dearest colleague Cheryl Williams”

“We will follow your path to protect lives, as you have done.”

As CEO Jinjer Kandola tweeted, “It is with great sadness that we confirm the loss of our colleague and friend Ade Raymond due to a coronavirus.

“A highly regarded member of the team who was studying for a nursing degree. Ade was a very respected and very missed person by all. RIP Ade. ‘

Another, Jade, writing on Twitter, said, “Deeply saddened and shocked to learn of the death of Ade Raymond. Ade was in my cohort at the start of her journey to become a mental health nurse.

“My thoughts and sympathies go out to all of his family, friends and colleagues. May he rest in paradise.

Another colleague said, “He was a member of the nursing staff who unfortunately died of Covid-19. It is precisely the nurses in our mental health services who are the real heroes of this crisis.

“When the public applauds for the NHS, it applauds for people like you. “

Tributes to Ms. Williams also poured in. Sharing a photo of Ms. Williams on Facebook, NHS Trust said her contribution to patient care in the hospital was “irreplaceable.”

The NHS Trust at North Middlesex University Hospital said: “With great sadness, we can confirm the death of our dearest colleague Cheryl Williams.

As a chambermaid in one of our elderly care, Cheryl was the linchpin of the care, comfort and compassion that our patients and locals so much appreciate, and her personal contribution to patient care is irreplaceable.

“He will miss his family, friends and colleagues at North Middlesex University Hospital more than words can describe.

“We kindly ask you to respect the privacy of the family during this difficult time.”

NHS housekeepers are responsible for non-clinical services such as catering, cleaning, equipment and supplies as part of a service team in a hospital ward.

Their duties include speaking to and reassuring patients, receiving visitors, keeping the service clean and tidy, and providing meals to those in their care.

The housekeepers also order supplies and undertake administrative and office tasks.

In a tribute on Twitter, colleague Omodele Olowokere said that the death of Ms. Williams had “left a void” in the room.

“It is with great sadness and a heavy heart to share the news that our colleague Cheryl passed away last night,” she said.

“The entire Charles Coward team is devastated by the loss. You have left us a void.

“Our sincere condolences to your family and friends.”

A fitness instructor also died just days after his mother contracted Covid-19.

Debbie Trotter, of Southampton, Hampshire, who organized Zumba, Clubbercise and aqua exercise classes across the New Forest, died Monday after the death of her mother, Margaret, last week.

Debbie Trotter, of Southampton, Hampshire, who organized Zumba, Clubbercise and aqua exercise classes across the New Forest, died Monday after the death of her mother, Margaret, last week

Debbie Trotter, of Southampton, Hampshire, who organized Zumba, Clubbercise and aqua exercise classes across the New Forest, died Monday after the death of her mother, Margaret, last week

Applemore Health and Recreation Center near Hythe posted on Facebook: “It is with great sadness that we are to announce that our much loved and respected instructor Debbie Trotter passed away on Monday April 13, 2020.”

“Debbie was always full of energy and would light up any place with her bubbly personality and had an incredible zest for teaching.

“Debbie’s great love was to teach Zumba classes and one of her best moments was to meet the founder and creator of the Zumba Beto Perez program in 2016.

“Debbie will be greatly missed by all who knew and worked with her, especially the many regulars who attended her classes.

“When the time is right, we will turn to an appropriate tribute to Debbie. Our thoughts and condolences go out to Debbie’s family and friends, especially her sister Jane at the moment. “

The center said Ms. Trotter has worked there as a group fitness instructor for New Forest Health and Leisure since 2013 and has taught zumba and aqua classes.

Ann Page of the Totton and Eling Community Center, which also hosted Ms. Trotter’s classes, told PA: “He was an absolutely lovely person who was very sociable, very close to his mother Margaret who also died, who is very sad.

“He was a very caring person, it will be devastating for his family. “

Family friend Carole Young posted on Facebook: “I can’t believe this is awful

“I took care of margaret in home care met debbie

“I am shocked to hear this terrible news two wonderful ladies

“Rip deb & margaret you were both amazing”

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