- A Nigerian woman with the name Chychy Chukwu has scored a victory against coronavirus
- The woman's health improved as she was moved out of an isolation ward into a separate place
- According to Chychy, her present situation now allows humans to come near her without a protective garb
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No matter how difficult a situation, it soon always ends. What one, however, hopes for is that it ends in happiness.
For Chychy Chukwu, her tortuous battle with coronavirus is gradually becoming a story of victory. Recall that some days ago she tweeted that she wanted to end it all, and later cried out about the horrible pains she was enduring.
On Sunday, May 10, she tweeted that her situation has greatly improved as she was moved out of the isolation ward.
She added that another human can now come close to her without having to wear PPE. In the video she shared, a health worker could be seen sanitising her door handle and other surfaces.
Watch the video below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian nurse, Olubunmi Olugbileeti, reportedly died in the US during her self-isolation at home.
In a viral video that emerged online, medical officials came around to take out her body. In the video, people mourned as they sang dirges to mark her demise. As the stretcher wheeled her body to a waiting ambulance, the people who stood by shed tears.
A Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @cbngov_akin1 said that the body was taken out on Sunday, May 3 and the nurse was 47 years old before her death.
In a related event, a dedicated Nigerian nurse based in the United Kingdom, Onyenachi Obasi, died weeks after she contracted COVID-19 from one of her patients.
The 51-year-old nurse was said to have been in a critical condition for over five weeks at the Queen’s Hospital in Romford, East London, before she eventually lost the battle to the virus. Speaking about her, Ijeoma Uzoukwu, her niece, said she was a woman who was loved.
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Her niece said the nurse sacrificed her life doing what she loved to do - saving lives.
“We are just heartbroken. She was really loving, really sweet and a really cute person.
“She was a good example of unconditional love and just loved everyone. She was so giving and always had an ear - she took people as they were," Ijeoma said.
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