Anderson Cooper, a primary anchor of CNN news show, moved emotionally for a woman whose 32year Old Husband Died from Coronavirus.
All around the Pandemic, Anderson Cooper has maintained his composure by reporting daily news and updates of Coronavirus, but that hard exterior broke when he spoke to Katie Coelho, who lost her husband, her husband died from a complication caused by Covid-19.
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The widow joined on his CNN show Anderson Cooper 360 on Friday, to share her pain and consequences her husband faced by the Coronavirus. She urged the people to take the necessary measures and to be safe to avoid the “unutterable” pain she is going through after losing her husband at present. “My husband should not have died Wednesday morning,” She said. “But he did.”
Jonathan was tested positive for Covid-19 on March 25 and was admitted to the hospital the next day due to severe complications. He had to intubated.
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As stated by Katie, John couldn’t be categorized in the list of risk-prone individuals. She said he was a healthy 32-year-old youth and their family was taking necessary precautions not to get exposed to germs. The only thing that made him susceptible to the contracting virus was his dedication to his work as he was a probation officer by profession.
Katie said that although he was “feeling scared and not wanting to go” to work, he was unable to do so.
He inevitably died on April 22, 28 days spent in the hospital, 20 days on a ventilator.
Katie also shared an emotional letter he wrote to her before he could get before his last breath, one of whom has what CNN described as “several medical complexities, in the days before his passing. And though it will never replace the final moments she lost with him, he died knowing she’d read these words: I Love you guys with all my heart and you’ve given me the best life I could have ever asked for.”
Anderson couldn’t hold back tears, whose father died in open-heart surgery at the age of 50, responded. “The only thing I’m going to tell you is they will know him through you and the love you have for him, and they will feel like they know him because I know you will tell stories about him as they grow up and for the rest their lives.”
Katie and her two children are in self-isolation at home as even they been diagnosed with Covid-19.