- Many South Africans have headed online to vent about the unwelcomed changes Covid-19 brought into their lives
- Using the hashtag #IhateCovid-19Because, many of them listed the reason why they hated Covid
- Not being able to visit family, losing loved ones, and suffering from depression are among the reasons they listed for hating Covid-19
The Coronavirus came into the world and turned it horribly upside down. Many people's lives changed forever as they have had to make changes they never thought would need to be made in an attempt to survive the harsh living conditions brought on by Covid-19.
The hashtag #IHateCovid-19 has been trending since this morning as many South Africans took to popular micro-blogging app, Twitter, to share the various and quite heartbreaking reasons they hate Covid-19.
Not being able to spend time with family, suffering from ill mental health and depression, and losing their loved ones to the deadly virus are just some of the reasons they cited. Read a few of their tweets below:
"#IHateCovid19Because am depressed and heading for a mental break down."
"#IHateCovid19Because motho cant even go to church. I seriously miss church shame."
"#IHateCovid19Because it robbed me of my graduation ceremony"
"#IhateCovid19Because The bread winner works from home now. I can't even cut my usual slices of polony in peace!"
"#ihatecovid19because It seems like "RIP" is our new way of saying good morning."
"#IHateCovid19Because it robbed me a chance of making enough money to fund my education now am forced to take a second gap year."
In other Briefly.co.za news, a South African mother, Christelle Berrington recently headed to Facebook's ImStaying to share a heartfelt post about the nurses who had helped her through a difficult birthing process after she tested positive with Covid-19 while 35 weeks pregnant.
"I’m staying because of the unsung song to our nursing staff. I tested positive for Covid at 35Weeks of pregnancy. Had pneumonia. My blood platelets dropped to 14 at their lowest. I had to isolate for 14 days in the hospital just to be able to monitor platelets & then maintain those platelets to be able to deliver. These nurses became my Birthing partners as hubby wasn’t allowed in the theatre.
"They have to prep into full PPE before they come into your room & often you bell them 8-9 times per shift. I would never have been able to manage without these ladies. Thank a nurse today ~ they have such an important part to play in recovery & healing," she wrote.
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Source: Briefly News