Healthy mom of six-year-old twins dies from coronavirus despite no underlying medical conditions

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A healthy mom of twin boys died in hospital just days after getting coronavirus.

Caroline Saunby had no underlying health issues when she was struck by Covid-19.

The 48-year-old mother tragically died at James Cook University Hospital on Sunday, reports The Mirror.

Her distraught twin Sarah Jarvis was heartbroken by the sudden death that “tore their families apart.”



Caroline and her twin sister Sarah Jarvis
Caroline and her twin sister Sarah Jarvis

Her shocked sister warns the public that Carolines’ death proves that the deadly disease could attack anyone, insisting that her sister had taken “all precautions under the sun”.

Jarvis warned that the tragedy showed that the deadly disease could strike anyone, saying that her sister had taken “all precautions under the sun”.

She told the Sun: “People believe that because they are young and healthy, they are not at risk, but are the reality of how coronavirus can change the lives of anyone. “

Ms. Jarvis described her sister as a germaphobe who constantly washed her hands.

She said, “She was social distancing, washing her hands, taking hers and everyone’s safety seriously, was in good health – yet she was taken from us in just four days.



Caroline had twins
Caroline had twins

“This virus does not discriminate. “

Teesside Live reports that the mom started to experience symptoms of the virus on Thursday and originally thought that her sore throat was a bout of tonsillitis.

But on Sunday, Ms. Saunby was having difficulty breathing and collapsed at home.

An ambulance and an air ambulance were rushed to her home, where she was placed on assisted ventilation.

She was then transported to hospital, where she died tragically afterwards.

Ms. Saunby left her husband and two young boys.

It is unknown where she caught the disease, and the rest of the Jarvis and Saunby families are now self-isolating.

Jarvis added that it was heartbreaking that the family could not cry together.

She said, “Every part of our family is locked out and we cannot comfort Caroline’s boys or our parents or each other.

“We cannot have funerals to celebrate his life. This is our reality, waiting to see if her husband will fall ill.



Caroline's twin sister was devastated by the loss
Caroline’s twin sister was devastated by the loss

“Please listen to this and take it as a warning to all of us that is happening right now. “

In a Facebook article, Jarvis wrote, “Our lives have been torn apart forever by this horrible virus that people still don’t take seriously enough.

“Caroline was 48 years old, fit and in good health with no existing conditions and she was taken away from us in four days. When will people start to take this as seriously as necessary? “

Sarah then paid tribute to her sister, saying, “She was just the kindest and most selfless generous loyal person you meet,” Sarah wrote on social media.

“Nothing ever posed too many problems; she couldn’t help being nice to all creatures and was loved by many.

“My only comfort is knowing that she has reached her greatest goals in life, meeting the love of her life and getting married and having beautiful boys. “

The tragedy came as the number of UK coronavirus deaths jumped 563 in one day yesterday – for a total of 2,352 at 4 p.m. on March 31.

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She said, “Every part of our family is locked out and we cannot comfort Caroline’s boys or our parents or each other.

“We cannot have funerals to celebrate his life. This is our reality, waiting to see if her husband will fall ill.

“Please listen to this and take it as a warning to all of us that is happening right now. “

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To relieve the Saunby family of all financial concerns during this difficult period, a fundraising page has been set up.

A fundraising page has been set up for the family.

Donations can be made on JustGiving by going here.

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