Coronavirus has hit a family in the UK hard as the mother, father, and daughter died from the virus within two weeks from each other. Eighty-four-year-old Kent and Jean MacVicar, 82, were the first to get the virus. Weeks after then, their daughter, 62-year-old Jayne Garvey, who is also a crime analyst of Staffordshire police started showing symptoms. Jayne’s surviving brother, Richard MacVira, a 60-year-old man, said that losing most members of his family within a short time felt like he was ripped from inside and his heart stolen.
It should be noted that Richard announced the death of his family members on Saturday, April 11. In mourning, he said the only comfort he has is that his sister is with their parents. Another very important to know is that Jayne, before her death, had sentisitised people on Facebook on the need to listen to government guidelines on lockdown. Among the things she did was that she replaced her profile picture to read: “Stay home, it could save lives”.
"My wife and I are highly impressed by the effective measures taken by both Prime Minister Narendra Modi and UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to battle the novel coronavirus,” he said. He added that hand sanitisers are very important in keeping people safe from the outbreak of the virus, saying the same materials are also being freely distributed across the nation. Omveer said they decided to give their baby that name because they appreciate the value of the hand washer and how it is presently being used to protect everyone.