- A concerned dad, Micheal Pitts, has shown great fear for the safety of his oldest daughter who is a nurse treating Covid-19 patients
- The man said that when he saw the photo of his daughter in her response uniform, he was both scared and proud
- Micheal also prayed for everyone like his daughter who is at the front line attending to people during this crisis
Many people are putting themselves at great risk to save lives in this outbreak. Most of those doing that are medical officials who are getting overworked as cases of COVID-19 soar.
Michael Pitts, a father, has shared a moving story of his daughter who is among strained medics who have been attending to the needs of others instead of theirs.
He said that when he texted his oldest daughter to check up on her, she sent him a picture of her in the hospital, fully kitted in the COVID-19 response garb.
Michael said that despite the fact that he is concerned for his daughter’s wellbeing, his pride in what she is doing surpasses that.
The father added that though he taught his children how to face challenges, the present one the world is witnessing puts him in great fear.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a neurosurgeon, Sanja Gupta, mourned his colleague, Dr James Goodrich, who lost his life to coronavirus.
He said that the virus does not discriminate in the way it attacks people and definitely does not infect based on an individual's status.
Gupta said it is quite unfortunate that someone who had saved so many would die in that unfair manner.
In other news, a Nigerian lady with the name Oluwaseun Ayodeji Osowobi shared her isolation experience after she recovered from coronavirus.
She said that she started noticing symptoms of the virus after she returned from the UK post-commonwealth event.
PAY ATTENTION: Download our mobile app to enjoy the latest news update
Oluwaseun had to quickly self-isolate, and some days after then tested positive to the deadly Covid-19. The development threw off all her arrival plans.
The Nigerian lady said she had to call the Nigerian Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) to get tested and on getting to the isolation centre, had to wait for a long two-hour period. Her initial treatment at the centre was horrible as nurses treated her like she was a “plague”.
NAIJ.com (naija.ng) -> Legit.ng We have upgraded to serve you better
Coronavirus: Nigeria's health minister speaks on chloroquine as cure for COVID-19 | Legit TV