The sad death of a heavily pregnant nurse who passed away after contracting coronavirus has sent the UK in another devasting morning state. Mary Agyeiwaa Agyapong, age 28, died on Easter Sunday. Her baby girl was successfully delivered after an emergency caesarean section and is reportedly doing well, according to the hospital. However, It is not known if she has been diagnosed with the coronavirus.
Mary as popularly known worked for the NHS for five years at Luton and Dunstable hospital and was highly valued and loved by the members of her team. She was heavily pregnant and was working up until at least March 12, according to Channel 4 reports. She tested positive for the coronavirus on April 5 and was admitted on April 7. The young mother of one who was expecting her 2nd child tragically died on Sunday, April 12.
Mary also lost there father to Coronavirus a few weeks ago.
A Gofundme page has been created in her name to help raise funds for Mary Agyeiwaa’s immediate family; her husband, her son AJ and her baby girl little Mary, who was born at the time of her demise.
David Carter, the chief executive of the NHS trust, described the survival of Agyapong baby girl as a “beacon of light at this very dark time”.