NHS Nurse Died By COVID-19 : Areema Nasreen Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, Career, Husband, Net Worth, Many More Facts You Need To Know

NHS Nurse Died By COVID-19 : Areema Nasreen Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, Career, Husband, Net Worth, Many More Facts You Need To Know

Areema Nasreen Wiki

Areema Nasreen, 36, was diagnosed with the infection in late March after developing a soaring temperature, body aches, and a cough. Areema Nasreen, who had no underlying health conditions and had worked for the NHS for 16 years, was taken to the intensive care unit at Walsall Manor Hospital in the West Midlands – her own place of work.

She was on a ventilator in intensive care – being cared for by the medics she usually works alongside before she tragically passed away

She was put on a ventilator and was cared for by colleagues, but tragically passed away yesterday.

Areema Nasreen Age

She was 36 years old.

Areema Nasreen Children

Areema Nasreen mother-of-three Children.

Areema Nasreen Family Statement

A heartbroken relative today said: ‘The immediate family are devastated. Everyone is in shock this morning.

‘She was always so full of life. She was devoted to her job as a nurse, she absolutely loved it. She passed away doing what she loved.

‘I’m really sad for the rest of the family, she was a fantastic person.’

Ms Nasreen’s sister Kazeema described her sibling as ‘normally fit and healthy’ and begged Britons to take the virus seriously.

Rubi Aktar, a nurse at the hospital, paid tribute to her ‘best friend’, who she described as the ‘most loveliest, genuine person you could ever meet’.

In an emotional Facebook post, she wrote:  ‘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.’

When Ms Nasreen was first diagnosed, Kazeema gave youngsters a wake up call, saying it is ‘not just the elderly at risk’.

Kazeema said: ‘My sister who is an amazing nurse on the front line and who always helps so many has now caught this virus. She is critically ill in ICU, on a ventilator and fighting for her life.

‘I want everyone to know how dangerous this is. My sister is only 36 and is normally fit and healthy.

‘We’re obviously not allowed to visit her but the hospital staff are keeping in touch and updating us as often as possible.

‘Areema loves the NHS. Her colleagues are like a second family and they have been truly amazing with her – and us. They are keeping us all strong and doing everything they can for her.

‘The Manor Hospital are brilliant and she has loved working there for over 15 years. She started off as housekeeping, then a Healthcare Assistant and now is qualified as a staff nurse.

‘She is my queen and is truly loved by everyone – always putting others first. We are heartbroken.’

So far, two patients confirmed to have coronavirus have died in Walsall.

Areema Nasreen Death

The mother-of-three, who had no underlying health conditions and had worked for the NHS for 16 years, was taken to the intensive care unit at Walsall Manor Hospital in the West Midlands – her own place of work.

She was put on a ventilator and was cared for by colleagues, but tragically passed away yesterday.

She died on Thursday, March 12.

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