Corona ends Fawzias life .. before she embraces her baby

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Covid-19" Caused by the virus that has killed tens of thousands around the world.

Fouzia was admitted to the intensive care unit, after she gave birth in a hospital in the British city of Birmingham, and she died after only 6 days.

The condition of the mother deteriorated a lot until she was on the verge of death, and the hospital asked her family members to come so that they would take a look at the farewell before she left our world.

Her husband, Wajid Ali, said she was very happy with the baby, although she only saw a picture of him printed by the nurses.

He added" She was holding the picture and saying: Look, he’s our child. We will be back home soon".

The couple had lost a daughter to them last year, Ali said "They are now together (mother and daughter)".

Fawzia, who works in a Birmingham city court, developed a severe fever last March and remained in hospital after a routine check-up for pregnancy.

Unfortunately for her, she was the result of a virus scan Sk Positively, she was brought home, after doctors said she was in a minor condition and could leave the hospital.

However, after four days had passed, her condition deteriorated, which necessitated her return to the hospital, where she was placed on a respirator.

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According to the British newspaper “The Sun”, on Friday, the mother, Fawzia Hanif, 29, died a few days after she gave birth.

The late only got a picture of her baby, Ian, but she did not include it in her arms, because she had an illness.Covid-19Caused by the virus that has killed tens of thousands around the world.

Fouzia was admitted to the intensive care unit, after she gave birth in a hospital in the British city of Birmingham, and she died after only 6 days.

The condition of the mother deteriorated a lot until she was on the verge of death, and the hospital asked her family members to come so that they would take a look at the farewell before she left our world.

Her husband, Wajid Ali, said she was very happy with the baby, although she only saw a picture of him printed by the nurses.

“She was holding the picture and saying: Look, he is our child. We will be back home soon.”

The couple had lost a daughter to them last year, and Ali said, “They are now together (mother and daughter).”

Fawzia, who works in a Birmingham city court, developed a severe fever last March and remained in hospital after a routine check-up for pregnancy.

Unfortunately for her, she was the result of a virus scan Sk Positively, she was brought home, after doctors said she was in a minor condition and could leave the hospital.

However, after four days had passed, her condition deteriorated, which necessitated her return to the hospital, where she was placed on a respirator.





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