A lot of people dismiss #COVID19 deaths here in Alberta if it’s announced there was a pre-existing condition. Here’s the thing - these people were fine before someone infected them - they had families, jobs and regular life plans like the rest of us https://calgary.ctvnews.ca/mobile/condolences-pour-in-for-calgary-wife-mother-after-covid-19-death-1.4888234
Condolences pour in for Calgary wife, mother after COVID-19 death
Deb Diemer died on March 30 from complications stemming from the COVID-19 virus. To her family, she was so much more than just a statistic.https://calgary.ctvnews.ca/mobile/condolences-pour-in-for-calgary-wife-mother-after-covid-19-death-1.4888234
Someone having a prior health issue, or being old, or living a different lifestyle than you doesn’t make them less valueable as people. And for the record the young and healthy can just as easily get it, and end up with the same outcome. Take this health crisis seriously.
I know many transplant recipients, all who fought death for a number of months/years before getting their transplants, much like the lady in the article. It would be terrible if they fought so hard to live only to be taken out by COVID because people (who can) wouldn’t #stayhome