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Coronavirus: Areema Nasreen NHS Nurse sadly dies in Hospital 3
Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Areema Nasreen who was a staff nurse within the NHS has sadly died after catching Coronavirus.

The 36-year-old nurse is believed to have had no underlying health issues. Tragically she has died. 

Areema died shortly after midnight within the intensive care unit at Walsall Manor Hospital in the West Midlands, where she had worked for 16 years.

The mother of three has developed coronavirus symptoms on March 13th which included aches, high temperature and a cough.

A week later she was tested for coronavirus following the positive test her condition then quickly deteriorated.

In a tribute to her posted on Facebook, her friend Rubi Aktar said: “My beautiful best friend Areema Nasreen has just passed away. My heart is broken. She fought and fought but Allah decided to take her.

“She was the most loveliest, genuine person you could ever meet, she went above and beyond for everyone she met.

“I’m so grateful that I had the honour to call her my best friend, she saw me at my best and my worst and accepted my every flaw. I am so broken that words can’t explain.

“I can’t believe I will not see your smile again. You made me the nurse that I am today, with your support, motivation and inspiration I am the nurse that I am today and I hope I can do you proud Areema.

“I love you so much and I will never forget you. You had so much to live for, I am sorry you didn’t get to see your kids grow up and I’m sorry that you didn’t get to complete your career.”

 

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