Coronavirus: WHO commends nurse for fight against deadly disease

Coronavirus: WHO commends nurse for fight against deadly disease

- The world has been battling with the coronavirus pandemic and many health workers are risking their lives to save humanity

- One of them is Nurse Kirimi, who has now been commended by the World Health Organisation for being on the frontline in the fight against the deadly disease

- The brave nurse works at Kenyatta University Teaching Referral and Research Hospital

- Recall that the first outbreak of coronavirus was recorded in China in December 2019

World Health Organisation (WHO) has commended a health worker identified as Nurse Kirimi for her contribution towards the fight against coronavirus in Kenya.

According to WHO, Nurse Kirimi works at Kenyatta University Teaching Referral and Research Hospital and she has been on the frontline in the fight against the deadly disease.

WHO also noted that many other brave Kenyan health workers have been on the frontline in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

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The organisation wrote on its Facebook page: "Thank you Nurse Kirimi working at Kenyatta University Teaching Referral & Research Hospital from everyone at World Health Organization (WHO)! She & many other brave Kenyan health workers are on the front line in the fight against #COVID19."

In other news, a lady identified as Reea Rodney has shared a harrowing experience about how she is struggling to survive after testing positive for the deadly COVID-19. She revealed that she has been sick for eight days.

Reea revealed via social media that she tested positive for the COVID-19 and asked for reinforcement through prayers for a speedy recovery.

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After being in the hospital for eight days, she noted that she needs all the support she can get.

''I have been in the hospital for the past five days now battling against COVID-19, severe viral pneumonia and a small pulmonary embolis,'' Reea said.

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She said that she is unable to breathe due to the damages the virus has caused in her lungs but noted that she’s a fighter.

''I’m a fighter so I’m not going ANWAY but I’m calling on extra reinforcements. Pray for my husband and kids too because they are also going through at this time,'' Reea wrote.

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