Reporter Carlos Adolfo Méndez reported during a live broadcast that the mother of his son and wife, nurse Alba Victoria Leguizamón Bermúdez, from the San José Cúcuta clinic, in Colombia, had lost her life due to COVID-19.
Mexico City, January 5 (However) .- The journalist Colombian Carlos Adolfo Mendez reported during a live broadcast that his wife there were passed away because of the COVID-19.
A video circulating on social networks shows the moment when a reporter made it known that his wife, who worked as nurse in a clinic of San José Cúcuta, had lost the lifetime because of coronavirus.
The Cucuteño reporter, who broadcasts news of the city live for regional media such as News Cúcuta 75 and BNC Newscast, said that his wife had died while making a live broadcast in front of the San José de Cúcuta Clinic.
The events occurred when the victim’s husband was informing the public about the death of Dr. Edgar Salgar Villamizar, who was a recognized doctor in the state and was defeated by the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
“Nurse Alba Victoria Leguizamón Bermúdez has just passed away, she was fighting against the coronavirus. She was the mother of my son, unfortunately she lost her life, she dies like Dr. Edgar Salgar Villamizar ”, were the words of Carlos Méndez when he reported the event.
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The reporter said that his wife had been fighting COVID-19 for 12 days, after being infected while working in a clinic, and that for 33 years she had dedicated herself to practicing her profession in the place where she perished.
Before the news of the death of his wife, Carlos Méndez regretted that despite the chaos of deaths like that of his wife, there are people who do not believe that the virus exists.
And he also expressed that their son had the opportunity to see his mother before she lost her life.
On the other hand, it was reported that Alba Victoria received a farewell funeral ceremony last Friday, in addition to friends and family mourning her death after losing the battle against the disease that has claimed the lives of more than 1.8 million people in the world .