According to a Chinese media outlet Xin Tang Ren, a nurse in Langfang, Hebei, disclosed on social media that at least five family members died of the epidemic in her hospital. The grandparents and father passed away one after another, leaving the young granddaughter and grandson so frightened that they could only cry.

On December 24, a nurse in Langfang, Hebei, posted a post on the Weibo account about “The Happy Life of Big Smelly and Little Smelly.” According to the nurse, it really meant to bully people.If something happens repeatedly, there must be a problem.

She said that five incidents occurred in a row in her apartment.

First, the elderly in their 70s and 80s are hospitalized, and their sons and daughters in their 40s and 50s are also infected. Then the old man’s condition deteriorated, and he was transferred to Beijing and Tianjin for a round of tossing. After the rescue failed, he came back for the funeral. However, the funeral has been postponed.

Although the middle-aged sons and daughters were younger, their condition is not at all more optimistic than that of their parents. The nurse said it was unreasonable.

She said that these patients are not too old. They are in their fifties. When the doctors told the children about the situation of their parents, they were frightened and cried.

Meanwhile, another patient died at his mother’s funeral.

The 55-year-old patient took his mother to the county and Tianjin hospitals. She was hospitalized for seven days. However, the rescue failed. His children looked. Their mother was vomiting and having diarrhea because of a mild condition.

Some netizens expressed their condolences to the families.They said it was so miserable. Meanwhile, others said the situation in their hometown was serious. The pandemic has taken the lives of most elderly people.

According to Chinese media outlet Xin Tang Ren, the pandemic in China has affected almost every family. While officials only claim it as a “big cold,” the appearance of the virus has affected many people.

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