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Coronavirus: Nurse aged 36 with no underlying heath conditions is fighting for her life

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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

A Nurse aged 36 who has no underlying health issues is now fighting for her life in hospital after contracting coronavirus,

Sadly Areema Nasreen is now on a ventilator fighting for her life in intensive care in Walsall Manor Hospital in West Midlands,

Areema has worked at the hospital for 16 years, She is believed to have developed the symptoms 10 days ago and begun with body aches, a high temperature and then developed a cough

On Friday Areema was tested positive, A doctor at the hospital has said one of his colleagues was very sick and in a critical condition.

He said that her condition had developed and deteriorated very quickly.

He told Sky News anonymously “I can’t confirm much but I can say she deteriorated within the space of 24 hours and is in ITU [intensive treatment unit].

“I agree we need awareness regarding this so people realise the role the NHS is playing and risking themselves.”

Kazeema Nasreen her sister who also works at the same hospital believes that she could have picked up Covid-19 virtually anywhere.

She confirmed that her sister was on annual leave when she developed the symptoms and does not think she picked it up from work.

Kazeema confirmed that her sister is in a critical condition and on a ventilator, She cannot be visited by her family or her Husband and three children who have now also been placed in isolation.

Before she was placed on a ventilator she sent out a text message to everyone to let them know and asked everyone to show the utmost respect to the NHS staff who she called her family.

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