Four nurses at St Ann’s Hospital Trinidad and Tobago mysteriously passed away. The Registered Nurses Association released a statement on their Facebook and informed the sudden passing of four of their members.
The reason for their death is not yet clear; however, some unauthorised sources indicate COVID-19 as the cause of death.
While speaking on the deaths, Terrence Deyalsingh, Minister of Health, said that no confirmation had been made that the nurses died due to the COVID-19 virus or any other reason. However, many unverified reports are noting that four nurses were affected by the highly contagious COVID-19 virus.
Ttrna- Trinidad and Tobago Registered Nurses Association while extending their condolences to the family of succumbed nurses, in a Facebook post, stated, “It is with overwhelming sadness we announce the passing of our colleagues. True comrades who have fought the good fight and gone onto glory.”
The names of the 4 nurses who died are:
- Vanessa Solomon ENA
- Josephine Sealey RMN
- Raymond James RMN (unrelated to C-19)
- Raymond Hackshaw RMN Former Nursing Administrator St..Ann’s Hospital (unrelated to C-19).
According to Salisha Baksh, Acting CEO at the North West Regional Health Authority, the four nurses of St Ann’s Hospital that recently died due to some different medical issues.
He added that in July, Alicia Rullow, 39 years old, contracted wards maid, also passed away from some other disease, she was also working at St Ann’s Hospital.
This is a developing story and will be updated once more information becomes available.
Trinidad and Tobago recorded 628 new COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours, taking the active caseload to 8,947. Recently the Health Ministry has released the data in the Covid updation report of 23rd November 2021. (Associates Times)
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