- A woman has given birth to a healthy baby girl while in quarantine
- She shared the news on social media just minutes after giving birth
- Social media users have reacted with mixed reactions to her experience
While many people do not know what to do while in quarantine amid the coronavirus outbreak, a woman has been commended for giving birth on her couch while in quarantine.
She shared the news on social media minutes after giving birth to a baby girl while on day five in quarantine.
@BrittyPinon shared her special moment by tweeting a photo of herself and the baby moments after just giving birth on the couch.
The new mommy from Motta Sant'Anastasia in Italy, according to her Twitter handle, captioned the post:
"Day #5 in quarantine: had a baby on my couch."
Social media users had mixed reactions about the new momma's quarantine experience.
While some congratulated her, some told her that she should name her new bundle of joy Quarantina.
"Call her Quarantina."
"Call him Quentin Quarantino."
Another tweep @another_vic reacted:
"Well, when the pregnancy is going well, it's actually safer to give birth at home... especially when hospitals are overworked because of a pandemic."
@annathropology commended the new mother:
"WOMEN ARE INCREDIBLE!!!!!!!!!!!! AMAZING!!!"
@miguelpinnon3 also congratutaled the new mother.
The new mommy later tweeted she was feeling like a gangster after giving birth while in quarantine.
"I've really been feeling myself. Like yes gangster you did that."
Just days before she gave birth, she had posted that she was heartbroken that her mother would not be with her when she gave birth because of the coronavirus.
"This virus is gonna keep my Mama from seeing her Granddaughter being born and that breaks my heart."
Briefly.co.za has reported the story of a young doctor, Dr Usama Riaz, who was working hard to try and save people who were infected with Covid-19 in Pakistan.
Riaz, 26, ended up contracting the virus himself and despite being young, he did not make it.
Social media users commended the young doctor for his courage and persistence in the fight against the coronavirus.
South African Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize announced on Wednesday that the number of coronavirus infections in the country was now at 709.
Mkhize warned that the coronavirus pandemic was changing and each nation should adjust accordingly.
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