"If I Die I Don't Know Where I Contacted It", Weru'a Last Message Before He Died
By mungajane | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 83481 views
Nyeri man has left many grieving hours after he made an emotional post on the facebook page before he died. The man identified as Tony Weru passed on after testing positive for the novel coronavirus disease. Weru had posted saying that he did not know where he had contracted the virus from. "Covid-19 is real if I die I don't know where I contacted it. Am Leaving you through Covid-19", Weru posted.
Those who saw his post wished quick recovery only for some hour later, Weru to succumb to the virus. He had even accompanied his post with a photo of himself in an oxygen machine a clear indication that he was struggling with his breath.
Covid-19 in its third wave has killed many in the country. Kenyans are forced to live through hardships that has been caused by the virus leaving many jobless. The government has put in place strict rules and measures that will help in the fight against the virus.
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