US Couple married for 47 years die from Covid on the same day

21:20  30 november  2020
21:20  30 november  2020 Source:   nbcnews.com

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Couple married for 48 years die from COVID within minutes of each other. “The next day they put them in the same room, same ICU room, they put their hands together, the nurses gathered around and they passed within four minutes of each other," he told WBTV.

“Larry and Vicki had been married for 62 years when they passed.” “Larry and Vicki loved being grandparents, and always had fun. May God bless these three souls,” Murphy said. The couple had two other sons. Larry served in the US Army before working for 24 years at the old Pabst Blue Ribbon

Just two days before Thanksgiving, a Michigan couple married for 47 years died from Covid-19.

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Leslie and Patricia McWaters both died from Covid-19 on Nov. 24 after being hospitalized with the virus, according to an obituary. Their deaths were recorded at the exact same time.

“It’s beautiful, but it’s so tragic. Kind of like Romeo and Juliet,” their daughter, Joanna Sisk, told NBC affiliate WDIV. “One wouldn’t have wanted to be without the other.”

Patricia McWaters, 78, who was known to friends and family as Pat, was a registered nurse and spent 35 years of her career working in the operating room at the Foote Allegiance Hospital in Jackson, Michigan, her hometown.

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A New Jersey couple married over 62 years died hours apart from COVID -19, just two days after their son also died from the coronavirus. "Three tremendous and loving souls all taken from the same family within a span of 48 hours," he said. "For them and for all, we must do everything we can

Pa Akojede, was 103 years , while Mama was 98 years , The first son of the family aged 70, Mr Joseph Akojede, who “I have watched them since I was young and I know they are inseparable, they wear same colour of 8:32 pmInternational collaborations crucial for timely COVID -19 recovery – Osinbajo.

Leslie McWaters, 75, also originally from Jackson and known as “LD” to friends and family, was a truck driver and a veteran of the United States Navy Reserve.

Pat, who was considered the boss of the family, was known for her no-nonsense personality, while LD was fun-loving and known as the king of one-liners. He always enjoyed making his friends and family laugh, they recalled.

“Overall, it was give-and-take. They picked their battles,” Sisk told WDIV. “Those of us that know them, know that mom went first and said, ‘LD, it’s time to go!” the family wrote in the obituary.

They loved going dancing together at the bar where they first met, driving their 1959 Corvette to car shows and playing cards and other games during family game nights. They are survived by their two daughters, three grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

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14 Apr 2020, 21: 47 . The couple were both admitted to the Royal Glamorgan Hospital in Llantrisant, South Wales, last Thursday and tested positive for Covid -19. Their heartbroken family is taking comfort that they died just a few feet apart on the same day .

“It’s tough enough to lose one parent but this was the worst,” Sisk told WDIV. “Our entire family is completely devastated.”

Michigan has reported more than 378,000 cases and more than 9,400 deaths from Covid-19. On Nov. 15, the state announced an emergency order restricting indoor social gatherings and other group activities due to a surge in cases.

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