The impressive farewell of a Mexican nurse who died with covid-19

Sergio Hernández recorded a video that went viral on social media and in Latin countries.

It is one of the themes of the moment as far as covid-19 is concerned, at a time when Europe and the World are facing the second wave of the pandemic: Sergio Hernández, a 28-year-old nurse who was infected with covid-19, recorded a video before to be intubated, in order to reassure family members. Hours later, he would eventually die.

“The moment of truth has arrived. I am going to be submitted to endotracheal intubation and I want that, whatever happens, remember me simply for what I was and for what I am, because I am going to return. It is not goodbye”, begins by mentioning the Mexican nurse , from the city of Chihuahua, in that video.

Hernández would eventually die hours later, unable to overcome problems related to the covid-19.

“Let’s move on. I will see you again, friends. It is not goodbye. I am sure I will be back in a couple of times, as soon as I recover. I know they will be rooting for me and my health. I love- you and are in my heart. See you later “, adds the nurse, in that case it would end up being a farewell video. The images, which are already circulating in viral form on social networks, were shared in Spain by the daily El Mundo.

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