Doctor shared despair selfie with his wife, when he was saying goodbye to her before she was transferred to isolation ward for patients with coronavirus.
The photo shows the mother of 4 children and a stewardess for Delta Michelle Atallah, which is the mask in the fetal position in a hospital in Orlando, Florida. Holding back tears, her frustrated husband, Dr. Sam Atallah, dressed in medical clothing and a mask, standing a few feet away from her.
Michelle found the coronavirus in just a few days before the 21st anniversary of the wedding couple. Dr. Atallah, one of the most famous surgeons-proctologists in the world, posted a selfie on Twitter, where he retweeted have more than 40 thousand times. He wrote:
My wife: on a stretcher just before being transferred to the #COVID19 isolation ward
Me: holding back tears
Get well soon so we can celebrate our 21st wedding anniversary Friday
Prayers 🙏 pic.twitter.com/QmGWACqZvM
— Sam Atallah (@SamAtallahMD) March 30, 2020
In Florida positive for coronavirus, said 5,500 people, including more than 60 that have already died.
Monday was the worst day in the U.S. in terms of deaths from coronavirus, when it was reported almost 550 deaths.
Worst of all, the virus affected new York, where hospitals are crowded with patients suffering from Covid-19.
To reduce the stress in new York, in Central Park of Manhattan on Sunday began installing field hospital 68 hospital beds. White tents synonymous with the military traditionally green Park, where new Yorkers like to relax, have picnics and enjoy the beginning of spring.
In California, another state severely affected by the coronavirus, Governor Gavin Newsom said that the number of hospitalizations with COVID-19 has doubled in the past 4 days, and the number of patients in the intensive care unit tripled.
Officials in the States hardest hit by the pandemic, asked the administration and the producers to accelerate the production of respiratory protection equipment to handle the growing number of patients who find it hard to breathe because of the coronavirus.