Kenyans has been blown into tears after a woman allegedly died of Covid-19 a day after calling for help.Photo|Courtesy
Following a facebook post which has taken a wide spread on social media,the lady identified as Fiona Juma. According to her post she said she was admitted on Mbagathi Hospital where she has been receiving treatment over Covid-19. In the post Fiona expressed the fear of losing her life following the shortage of oxygen in the hospital. At the moment she made the post her oxygen tank was at level 52, and when she asks to be given oxygen she is told there is no more oxygen left.Photo|Courtesy
She said she has witnessed alot of people just die before her eyes. She went ahead to plead for help from any doctor who by any chance has a oxygen to help her for she is afraid of dying.It so sad to report that Fiona did not receive help and 7 hours after she made her post, she was pronounced dead. May her soul rest in perfect peace.
Netizens have expressed their disappointment following the unexplainable death of Fiona.
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