- A local woman has shared her tragic experience with the coronavirus, after losing her mom in only a few short days
- The Twitter user took to social media to share the heartbreaking news, finding comfort in the kind words of strangers
- Mzansi social media users certainly felt for the woman and took to the comments section to share their heartfelt messages
A heartbroken woman has taken to social media, sharing the devastation she felt after losing her mother.
The loss of her mom
Twitter user @tinnylequeen took to social media to share the tragic news. It's clear the loss of her mom definitely hit the young woman hard. The sudden progression of the coronavirus disease must have certainly meant her mom's departure was unexpected.
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"I lost my mom to covid today. My heart has been ripped apart" she captioned the gut wrenching post
Social media reactions
Supportive social media had nothing but heartfelt condolences for the heartbroken woman. Some went on to criticize the government's lack of coronavirus restrictions, sharing that they felt politicians had no concern for lost lives.
Check out some of their comments:
'Not again the government looks like it wanna allow the wave to take our loved once again"
"I'm so sorry for your loss, may you please find comfort and solace in this difficult time kuMvelinqangi"
"Nothing we'll say will make you feel better but please hold on Queen, sending love, hugs, comfort."
"Strength to you. Losing a mum is something I still can't describe to this day. lt hurts like hell. May her soul rest in peace"
"You are not gonna hurt forever, we gatch ya sis."
More on the coronavirus pandemic
In some more coronavirus news, Briefly News previously reported that South African actress Gail Mabalane has pleaded with Mzansi to please wear masks as the world continues to fight the Covid-19 pandemic.
Taking to social media, Mabalane said that it was important to wear masks and continue to exercise caution when interacting with people. She said:
“Guys, let's please keep our masks on. We shouldn't at this stage still have to ask people to put their masks on. We literally need to treat everyone we come into contact with like they have Covid-19.”
Her post comes as the country enters the third wave of the deadly pandemic. The president recently put firmer lockdown regulations in place and also stressed the importance of mask-wearing.
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