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Unvaccinated mom dies of COVID before holding newborn baby

Marrisha Kindred Jenkins gave birth to a baby boy just three days after being diagnosed with COVID-19.

9/25/2021 5:59:00 PM

Marrisha Kindred Jenkins gave birth to a baby boy just three days after being diagnosed with COVID-19.

Marrisha Kindred Jenkins gave birth to a baby boy just three days after being diagnosed with COVID-19.

An unvaccinated mother of three passed away on Sunday without holding her newborn son following a diagnosis of COVID-19 and pneumonia, according to her family.Marrisha"ReRe" Kindred Jenkins was diagnosed on September 4, a month before she was due to give birth, but she went into labor three days later on September 7 and delivered a baby boy.

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The baby, called Jaylen, was premature but healthy and was placed into quarantine before Marrisha had the opportunity to hold him. She would never get the chance.9 Vaxxed Nursing Home Residents Die Amid MT Vax Ban for Healthcare WorkersRead more9 Vaxxed Nursing Home Residents Die Amid MT Vax Ban for Healthcare Workers

Marrisha and her husband, Joshua Myles Jenkins, were set to visit baby Jaylen on Sunday.According to a GoFundMe page the family has set up,"On Sunday morning, her and Myles were preparing to see their newborn for the first time.""As she started getting ready, she having a hard time breathing. She went to take a bath, and they heard a noise. When they checked on her, she had a weak pulse. At that point, Myles called 911 and started CPR. Marrisha coded on the way to the hospital and upon arrival," the page says. headtopics.com

"Due to this, she was placed on a ventilator. After further assessment, the doctors determined Marrisha had severe brain damage. She lost her fight to COVID-19 on September 23, 2021."Joshua Myles Jenkins told Atlanta's WSB-TV:"She was just loving.

"You just felt happy every time you got around her," he said.Helena Kindred, Marrisha's mother, also spoke to WSB-TV, saying shedid not expect her daughter to pass awayafter she had been sent home from the hospital."She said, 'mom, they said my lungs are clear' and they sent her home," Kindred said."We said she has some issues but I wasn't expecting what happened to her."

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