The town of San Javier is in mourning due to the death of Bruno Olivera, a 63-year-old white staff who died on Sunday due to the coronavirus. The neighbors, shocked and grateful for the work of the nurse, decided to fire him with a caravan of cars in order to also raise awareness in the population. “It is a significant loss for all the people of San Javier,” they said.
With the social distancing protocol, the residents of San Javier gave their last goodbye to the nurse who died in the last hours. The 63-year-old man worked at the Area Hospital in the aforementioned town.
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The caravan to say goodbye to the nurse began at the entrance to the town, where several cars were waiting to accommodate him to the municipal cemetery. “It was a very emotional farewell, nobody got out of their car so as not to spoil the protocol ”, commented one of those who participated in the farewell.
“He was a good nurse, a good neighbor. He was a hard-working and predisposed person, he had no problems attending at home and at any time. Fhe was a person more than predisposed to help others”Hugo Viano, Bruno’s neighbor, told Misiones OnLine.
As mentioned, the caravan was to say goodbye to the staff in white and thus show affection to their family and also to raise awareness among the population.
With the death of the nurse, the province of Misiones registers 29 confirmed deaths due to the Sars Cov-2 virus.
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