- The spread of Covid-19 is still very real and a young South African lady faced the brunt of the virus
- @Immy_Nutty's mother, unfortunately, lost her fight with Covid-19 earlier today, 28 December
- The young lady shared a selfie with her mother and added a sweet caption in memory of the lovely woman
Two days ago, Twitter user @Immy_Nutty shared a post on the social network site asking God to give her mother the strength to fight Covid-19. Today, the young lady, unfortunately, lost her mother to the virus.
@Immy_Nutty tried to find the light in her loss by saying that God had better plans for her mother, but the pain is most definitely still there. South Africans shared their condolences, love and blessings with her in the replies under her tweet.
@Immy_Nutty accompanied her post with a gorgeous selfie she took with her lovely mother.
Take a look at @Immy_Nutty's heartbreaking post below:
Below are just a few of the supportive messages she received:
"Condolences Imi, so sorry about uMama. May she Rest In Peace."
"My humble condolences to you and your family..."
"Condolences to you and yours."
"Condolences to you and your family. May the Lord give you strength and courage to deal with your loss. UThixo unani."
@candyzengw responded with:
"My deepest condolences. I was following your tweets hoping to see that she has recovered. May the good Lord give you strength."
@AxolileTuswa1 also said:
"So sorry sisi wam for your loss, my deepest condolences to you and your family. May her beautiful soul rest in peace."
The spread of Covid-19 is serious, Briefly.co.za recently reported that South Africa has officially surpassed one million cases. South Africa is facing the nation's second wave of Covid-19 infections with the added strain of the festive season.
Many are concerned that citizens are failing the implement non-pharmaceutical interventions, prompting the surge of cases. Briefly.co.za explores the latest updates on the pandemic below.
The South African Medical Association has called for young citizens to face fines or even do community service for failing to wear masks when out in public. The association maintains that the vast majority of youths are the main culprits failing to adhere to restrictions.
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