Remember Aimee and Areema: England’s chief nurse asks Brits to stay home
LONDON England’s chief look after Ruth May made an dedicated claim to actually Britons inside the government’s day-to-day reports talk with on Friday to stay at apartment over the arriving event, invoking the brands of 2 medical staff who may have passed on to the great beyond.
“This weekend is going to be very warm and it will be very tempting to go out and enjoy those summer rays,” May said.
“But please, I ask you to keep in mind Aimee and Areema. Please stay at residence for them,” she said, referring to National Health Service (NHS) nurses Aimee O’Rourke and Areema Nasreen who died after testing positive for COVID-19.
O’Rourke, 39, died on Thursday in the Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother hospital in Kent where she had worked as a nurse.
Nasreen, 36, died in the early hours of Friday at Walsall Manor Hospital near Birmingham, where she had worked in the acute medical unit.
“They were certainly one of american, that they one of work, considering the NHS kids,” May said.
“They were clearly remarkable women, nurses and mothers,” the woman additional a statement of facts.