Lady shares heartbreaking post about losing beloved dad to Covid-19
- A young woman recently took to Twitter to share a heartbreaking post about how she lost her father to the coronavirus
- Her touching post includes a picture of herself and her beloved dad during much happier times
- The post received many reactions from South Africans who shared messages of support with the young lady
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Many lives were lost when the world was hit by the coronavirus that left people living in fear. One person whose life was lost was the father of a young South African woman who has been left heartbroken by his untimely passing.
Taking to Twitter, @_Pumela shared how she had lost her father to the coronavirus earlier this year in a heartbreaking tweet. She also included a picture of herself and her dad embracing each other warmly during happier times.
The heartbroken Pumela captioned the post:
"On the 25th of November I lost my dad to Covid. Life really hurts without him. My entire world is at a standstill."
Soon many South Africans took to the comment section to share messages of support and encouragement with the young lady. Read a few of their comments below.
"Ngxesi Nosisi, such a cruelty. May your heart heal in your memories and love for him."
"I’m sorry Pumela, it’s not easy and it doesn’t get better. Your heart heals but it will still hurt."
"Am really sorry for your loss. Sending you light."
"Time in such situations has always proven itself to be the best healer. Love and light to you Pumela."
In related news, Legit.ng reported that a 102-year-old woman, Angelina Friedman, beat COVID-19 for the second time.
Her daughter, Joanne Merola, told CNN affiliate WPIX that her mom contracted the disease twice and has now tested negative for the virus.
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