Teresa’s Covid symptoms began head-to-head on Wednesday, September. 22 and the fever the next day. After consulting with a family doctor, who is part of The Children’s Daughter Network Children’s Hospital on Friday, September 24, they created the Covid exam for the following Monday, September 27th.
On Sunday evening, however, Teresa developed a mild cough, which forced her to vomit, so Nicole took her to the emergency room where she underwent a strep throat, which returned unnoticed, along with Covid but the result. they were waiting.
“They did a chest X-ray and when they came back, they said there were no symptoms of Covid pneumonia, her lungs were full, beautiful. They seemed to care,” Nicole said. So they went home and Teresa kept putting her in her own room.
Within 24 hours, she stopped breathing and was rushed to a local hospital and eventually taken to Thef’s King’s Daughters (CHKD) Norfolk Children’s Hospital where she died.
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“And I was sitting there next to my dead dead daughter that was healthy, who’s a baby that did all she had to do.”
‘A healthy girl’
With the exception of a broken bone in her arm when she was younger, Teresa was a healthy ten-year-old girl and a happy girl, who had never had a flu or an ear infection, Nicole said.
An interesting, intelligent, kind, loving and always open reader to help and help others is the description of Jeff and his daughter, but it was the natural help that the couple believes may have been the cause of his death.
“One of the things he told us before he got sick, was that his job was to be a‘ class nurse ’to take sick children from the classroom to the nurse’s office,” Jeff said. “And you have to understand my daughter, this is who she is, helping people my daughter, is not something she would not want to do.”
At Hillpoint Elementary School, the rule is that the class teacher or adult should hold the main office with “Code C” if the child is sick and one of the supervisors, if the school nurse comes to class to pick up the student, Dr. John B. Gordon, III, Suffolk Public Schools Division Superintendent told CNN China last week.
“We are still investigating to see if this plan has been followed with integrity,” he said.
“Our daughter was healthy, Nicole wrote on Facebook.” And he would still be here if people would stop sending their sick children to school. “
After spending some time in actual study last year, Nicole said Teresa desperately wanted to return to class this school year.
“Every kid grows up saying ‘I hate school’ and they’re (Spery’s Children) the first generation of kids and now they say ‘I wish I was at school, I missed school, I miss my friends,'” Jeff said.
In Teresa’s direct class, there have never been any incidents of Covid, Gordon told CNN.
“There was zero zero crime before Teresa, and there is zero zero as my conversation with you. The search negotiations are ongoing right now.”
‘Covid is real and it doesn’t matter who gets it’
Since last Friday, the Virginia Department of Health has recorded a total of 12 deaths in the state since the outbreak began, Logan Anderson, a spokesman for the Virginia Department of Health, told CNN. Teresa’s death brings that number to 13.
Six of those who died died at the age of 0-11 years and seven in the 12-19 group, he said.
“People, they have to get up and take this seriously,” Nicole said. “It’s about showing compassion to others. It doesn’t take much to wear a mask or an injection if you can afford it.”
In a letter to student families at Suffolk Public Schools on Tuesday, Gordon announced Teresa’s death, but did not name her.
“Suffolk Public Schools are saddened by the tragic loss of one of our students, Teresa Sperry,” Gordon told CNN China. “It is our goal to support the family, the school, and our entire school community during this difficult time.
“We will continue to follow the control measures for wearing masks, hand washing, and distance training. The student body encourages the induction of staff as well as students (if appropriate).”
“We did everything we could have done and now we have lost part of our hearts, Nicole wrote on Facebook.” Covid is real and it doesn’t matter who it takes. ”