A MOTHER died of Covid just a month after giving birth to her fourth child – without even holding her grandchild.
Michelle Stani, 37 years old, died of Coronavirus Her family said she developed complications on January 12 after giving birth to her son four weeks earlier.
Michelle’s aunt, Tina Stani, told the New York Post that the late mother was “heartbroken” at not being able to hold her newborn baby on Christmas Eve.
“Her partner took pictures of the baby and showed it to her, but that was all she got,” Tina said. “It tore her to pieces.”
“She literally texted me that she was heartbroken, that she wished she could hold her baby. That’s all she wanted.”
Tina told the Post that the virus hit the mother “very quickly”.
Michelle leaves behind four children: Samantha, 19, Noah, four, Jordan, 11 months, and Jayden, just a few weeks old.
Vaccine efficacy & Omicron
Expert studies have shown that the risk of severe illness from Covid-19 is reduced by 90% or more in fully vaccinated people.
While there have been breakthrough cases of Covid in vaccinated people, they are rare.
In the event of a breakout, it is highly unlikely that the victim will be hospitalized with severe symptoms or die from the virus.
Health officials have warned that the Omicron variant is more infectious and could lead to further breakout cases.
However, the spread could be offset by all vaccinated Americans getting a booster shot.
Current vaccines are expected to protect against severe illness, hospitalization, and death from infection with the Omicron variant.
With other variants, like Delta, the vaccine is still effective in preventing severe illness, hospitalization, and death.
Studies have also shown that side effects from vaccines are extremely rare.
Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Michelle is the director of a kindergarten, according to her obituary, and graduated from Rutgers University in October with a master’s degree in education.
“She takes education very seriously and enjoys being around children,” her obituary said, adding that she started her career as a childcare worker at the age of 10. 18″.
Michelle’s family members are said to be unclear if Michelle was vaccinated against Covid.
Her brother Jack Stani said he assumed she was vaccinated, but he wasn’t entirely sure.
Jack said: “I never knew my sister was an anti-vaxxer. NJ Advance Media. “She never talked about it. We never talked about vaccines. It’s just something I never thought of. “
Studies have shown that unvaccinated pregnant women infected with Covid are complications than vaccinated pregnant women.
Michelle’s funeral was held on Wednesday in Somerset, New Jersey.
Michelle’s 19-year-old daughter, Samantha Jones-Stani, spoke at the ceremony and posted a touching post. Monument including her mother on Facebook.
Samantha said: “My heart is so broken and life will never be the same without you but I will always carry you in my heart.
ONE fundraiser for Michelle currently active on GoFundMe. As of Thursday night, the family had raised more than $39,000.
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