Fact Check: The NHS Nurse Areema Nasreen hasn’t died. She is statble and recovering from Coronavirus.
According to details, The sister of a Walsall staff nurse who was critically ill with coronavirus has slammed sick internet trolls who claimed “Areema Nasreen had died.”
Mum-of-three Areema Nasreen was rushed to the Manor Hospital last week after falling ill with the severe respiratory infection.
She remains on a ventilator but her condition is gradually improving and she is now stable.
Here is What Social media was claiming about Areema Nasreen.
United Kingdom: Several Social media users shared a false news “A National health service (NHS) Nurse, Areema Nasreen (Pronoun: Arema Nasreen or عریمہ نسرین, Arema Nasrin,), 36-year-old, died in Walsall Manor hospital in the West Midlands, while Fighting against Coronavirus on the evening of March 25, 2020″.
(“Pakistani British Nurse Areema Nasreen Martyard and lost her battle against coronavirus, while treating infected Patients. First Nurse Passed away, She paid her Price and life for Corona viruse sick patients. She is no more in this world. She is a real Proud of our Nursing Profession. Salute to Nurses, Human rights Council of Pakistan also Reported on Wednesday.”)
Another Twitter user also shared the same Photo and qouted same false news.
Who is Areema Nasreen and What Happened to Her
A 36-year-old nurse described as “normally fit and healthy” is critically ill in intensive care after contracting coronavirus, The Guardian Reported on March 23, 2020.
Areema Nasreen is on a ventilator at Walsall Manor hospital in the West Midlands where she has worked for 16 years.
Areema Nasreen has three children, and is living in Walsall, had no underlying health issues and first developed symptoms including body aches, a fever and a cough 13 days ago. She was tested positive for the Coronavirus on Friday.