WeRPN told CTV News it has “no knowledge of how she contracted the virus.”“This RPN was a passionate nurse who was dedicated to always going above and beyond to deliver the best care possible,” WeRPN said in a statement issued on Wednesday.The nurse has not been identified.
It is unknown if she received a COVID-19 vaccine.The association said she was described by coworkers as “a bright light who left a lasting impression on all those she worked with.”“Throughout the pandemic, she was a trusted resource and support to both her colleagues and patients,” WeRPN said.
“This RPN’s untimely death is a tragic loss for Ontario’s nursing community and a terrible reminder of the devastating impacts of COVID-19.” Read more: CP24 »
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AUGUSTUS88888 🙏 The true heroes- part of the essential front line- we had better put some money aside for a memorial to these fallen once all this is done. How very tragic. My condolences to the family and coworkers. 🙏🏾🙏🏾