Woman beats coronavirus while pregnant, gives birth to male-child

Woman beats coronavirus while pregnant, gives birth to male-child

- A lady has spoken about how she beat Covid-19 despite the fact that she was pregnant

- After the victory, she gave birth to a healthy male child who she named Kysen Rashawn Wolfe

- According to her, the baby weighed 7lbs at birth and arrived at 8:50am

A lady with the Twitter handle @ambankss_ has given birth to a baby days after she announced that she defeated coronavirus during pregnancy.

Her story goes to show that despite how gloomy everything may be right now, humanity would always triumph.

In the picture she shared on Twitter on Friday, April 17, she revealed the name of the child to be Kysen Rashawn Wolfe, adding that he weighed 7lbs.

See her tweet below:

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a pizza operator, Dimitri Syrkin-Nikolau, has risen up against the spread of coronavirus in a very creative and unconventional way.

On Monday, March 16, the businessman had to close shop in obedience to the government directive that all non-essential service providers must suspend services.

Dimitri said that since he could no longer operate, his business lost 70% of its revenue. He, however, said that he agreed with the necessary measure to save lives.

After following the news that there is a worldwide shortage of PPE kits for health officials who are at the frontline of dealing with the outbreak, he thought of a way to solve the situation.

He said when he came up with the idea of turning his pizza shop into a PPE producing place, many people never really believed in his idea.

"It seems unlikely that a pizza shop is going to be able to produce PPE, but the more I talked to people… It seems far-fetched but it's not,” he said.

To make his idea into reality, he consulted with some of his engineer friends and had to get large sheets of acrylic.

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With those sheets, they are able to use their pizza oven to heat them up so they are soft enough and malleable into the right mask shape.

Syrikin-Nikolau said that they have been able to make some orders for small organisations like care homes and some paediatrics practices.

The pizza maker said that he could make 3,000 masks every week. He, however, said that he cannot afford to give the masks away as he has to keep paying his employees. He is, therefore, selling for $3 (N1,168.50) per one as a way to keep his company afloat.

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