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19-year-old Ukrainian woman dies from COVID-6 in USA

A family from Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee mourns the sudden death of their child. The parents of 6-year-old Gigi Morse said she died from COVID-19. This is the first death of a child from the coronavirus in the district. Writes about it Jackson sun.

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Madison County Health Director Kim Tedford confirmed the death in a press briefing on Wednesday morning, Aug. 5.

Gigi got sick recently and on Tuesday 4th August she went to see a doctor.

“The doctor said she had the virus and needed to rest and eat as much popsicles as she wanted,” wrote her mother, Priscilla Morse. "She fell asleep and died, and I don't even want to breathe without her."

The Morse family has several blogs, each with thousands of subscribers, that document their married life with several children from international adoption.

Gigi was one of those kids. She was adopted from an orphanage in Ukraine when she was 3 years old.

“She had such a difficult start to her short life, she lived unloved, unwanted in an orphanage in Ukraine,” said David Morse. - She had serious medical problems. We found her and immediately knew that she should be our daughter. We brought her home and gave her love. "

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According to both parents, they put Gigi to sleep on Tuesday August 4 after seeing the doctor and she never woke up. Their eldest child gave her artificial respiration before ambulances arrived and took her to the hospital.

“She spoke her own version of English, but we understood her,” said David Morse. - She sang beautifully Disney songs and nursery rhymes. She kissed me, and then she said "more", and kissed again. "

“Yesterday I kissed my Gigi for the last time. I love her so much. We are all so devastated. She was my heart, ”says the girl's father.

Family friend Andrea Bell created a website for the Morse family Go fund meto help with funeral expenses.

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