'A fierce activist, loving mother': Peel Region nurse dies after contracting COVID-19
A 55-year-old registered nurse from Peel Region has died after contracting COVID-19, according to a health-care union.
My condolences to her family and her healthcare family. Thank you for your dedication and sacrifice literally of your own life to take care of ours. 🙏🏻
All families who've lost someone to covid-19 need to file a class action lawsuit against @fordnation the health Minister
RIP. Thanks for your sacrifice of taking care of Covid patients
Every life snatched by Covid is heartbreaking but a frontline person's death is doubly devastating because they don't even have the option to stay at home. RIP
A few questions raised by this story that need answering. Did she contract Covid at work while wearing PPE? If so masks are useless. Did she contract after getting “vaccinated?” If so “vaccines” are useless. Did she die with Covid or from Covid because there is a difference.
Someone’s mother, daughter, sister, wife, aunt passed away, provide her the respect and dignity you would expect if she was yours.
My neighbour committed suicide bc of the lockdowns. Can i submit her story so you can share to your readers?
Massive respect for her and deepest condolences for her family and friends.
we all know she was likely vaccinted and experienced the immune priming that plagued previous vaccine trials.
This makes me so angry. Those of us outside of healthcare love to give lip service to the risks and sacrifices of hospital staff but we aren’t willing to do what we need to do that we avoid all of this illness in the first place. I am so very sorry💔
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