The County government of Mombasa is mourning the death of nurse Margaret Mwadime who succumb to COVID-19.
Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho was the first to share the sad news noting that she one of the frontline nurses in the fight against the virus in the County.
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“It is with a deep sorrow that we mourn the loss of one of our heroines, nurse Magret Mwadime. Nurse Mwadime together with her colleagues has been in the forefront in this fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.” said Joho
At the time of her death, she was admitted at the Coast General Teaching and Referral Hospital Covid- 19 ICU as the Governor sent his message of condolence to family and friend of Margaret Mwadime.
“On behalf of the County Government of Mombasa I extend our sincere condolences to her family and colleagues.Rest well with the angels our heroine, and may the Almighty rest your soul in eternal peace.
I continue to urge all of us to collectively exercise vigilance in adherence to the Covid-19 prevention’s protocols and be each others keeper.” said Joho
Margaret is among several other health workers who have succumbed to the virus. Others in the field have pledged more support from the government.