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Niece died of corona

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My niece (around 25 years of age) from a village near Tenali died yesterday due to Corona. She was pregnant and diagnosed with covid few days before delivery. A nurse (came in contact during pregnancy related visits) passed it to her and she was tested and found positive after the nurse was identified positive. After delivery she had issues with her breath and her body couldn't fight the virus. I used to play with her when she was a kid. 

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The infant is fine (for the time being). The infant was immediately placed under the care of paternal grandmother. My niece was with her family for the last few months.

My mom stuck at our home in VJA is feeling sad because none are able to visit/help the family at this time. We are not even sure how the cremation will go.

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The worse thing is she came to India from Singapore for the delivery. I didn't understand the logic behind this decision except for the traditional way of doing things.

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Sorry to hear. Singapore lo unte save ayyevaremo.

velaithe andharu pulse oximeters konukkondi to monitor oxygen levels, could be useful when tested positive

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Really sorry to hear this. 

Ekkada jaragalsina delivery ekkada jarigindhi. Evaru ekkada nundi virus ni transfer chesaru. Puttina baby paristhithi.... ivanni thaluchukuntene baadha vesthondhi.

Vidhi aadina vintha natakam.

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Sorry to hear Bro. 

I heard number of causalities in and around Tenali in the past 4,5 days.. 

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1 hour ago, Kumbk said:

The infant is fine (for the time being). The infant was immediately placed under the care of paternal grandmother. My niece was with her family for the last few months.

My mom stuck at our home in VJA is feeling sad because none are able to visit/help the family at this time. We are not even sure how the cremation will go.

Happy for the infant bro. Research says the same, virus cannot enter the placenta as they don’t have receptors. 

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Sorry for your loss brother. So painful just thinking about her family and the kid.

Om Shanti.

 

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cha.. aa bidda situation ela untado ento 

Singapore nunchi delivery ki ravatam ento

aa panikimalina nurse(tappu ala antam but tappatledu) min responsibility lekunda ee ammaay ni enduku attend chesindo

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Very sad and sorry to hear, my heart goes out to the infant and family. 

Ila jarigindhi ani chaduvutunte chala badha ga undhi.. testing times..

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Sorry for your loss, brother....

Situation in Tenali is scary..... Tenali chuttupakkala vunna almost anni villages lo positive cases vunnai....... 

Last week ma village athanu chanipoyadu.... he & his family lives in tenali...... :( 

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Sorry to hear brother...

yes generally most ppl go back to India for deliveries because it’s bit costly here and no one will be around to take care

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ఆమె ఆత్మకి శాంతి కలగాలని ప్రార్ధిస్తున్నాను

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3 hours ago, Kumbk said:

The worse thing is she came to India from Singapore for the delivery. I didn't understand the logic behind this decision except for the traditional way of doing things.

Singapore healthcare too costly brother. Might be one of the reason.

 

Or She might need some help during this time, usual gaa parents travel chestaru ee time lo kudaradu ani aame vachi vuntaru.

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