Girl, 1, passed away with coronavirus as she was discovering to state very first words

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    Mum Andrea de Sousa, 20, says her 'heart is destroyed' after daughter Vitoria Gabrielle, 1, passed away in May in Rio de Janeiro

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    Vitoria Gabrielle was just 1 year, 2 months and 21 days old when she passed away with Covid-19 (Picture: AP)

    A one-year-old unfortunately passed away with coronavirus simply as she was discovering to state her very first words and beginning to stroll.

    Mum Andrea de Sousa, 20, states her ‘heart is destroyed’ after child Vitoria Gabrielle, 1, died in Rio de Janeiro in May.

    Vitoria’s sibling Gabriel, 4, asks where his sis is every day, as Brazil’s death toll increases to 60,000 – the second-highest worldwide after the United States.

    The little woman had actually simply recuperated from viral meningitis when she was confessed to Jesus Municipal Hospital with intestinal issues on April 9.

    By April 20, she was experiencing breathing troubles and continuously exhausted, and she transferred to extensive care 4 days later on.

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    The young child passed away on May 4, with her causes of death noted as ‘bilateral pneumonia, infected by Covid-19’, in addition to an accumulation of fluid in the brain and swelling of the liver and spleen.

    In this Feb. 6, 2020, photo, provided by Andr??a de Sousa, de Sousa takes a photo of herself with her daughter Vitoria Gabrielle, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The girl with a constant smile celebrated her first birthday in February, but after recovering from viral meningitis, Vitoria Gabrielle suffered gastrointestinal problems that sent her from her mother's barely furnished hilltop home back to the hospital several times for treatment. It was during an April hospital stay that de Sousa suspects her daughter was infected with the coronavirus that was just starting to circulate in Rio and Brazil. Vitoria Gabrielle died in June. (Andr??a de Sousa via AP)

    The little woman’s mum Andrea de Sousa, 20, stated her ‘heart is destroyed’ (Picture: AP)

    In this Feb. 10, 2020, photo, provided by Andr??a de Sousa, her daughter Vitoria Gabrielle looks up while leaning against a wall, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The girl with a constant smile celebrated her first birthday in February, but after recovering from viral meningitis, Vitoria Gabrielle suffered gastrointestinal problems that sent her from her mother's barely furnished hilltop home back to the hospital several times for treatment. It was during an April hospital stay that de Sousa suspects her daughter was infected with the coronavirus that was just starting to circulate in Rio and Brazil. Vitoria Gabrielle died in June. (Courtesy of Andr??a de Sousa via AP)

    Vitoria’s sibling Gabriel, 4, asks his mum where his sis is ‘all day’ (Picture: AP)

    Only her mum and stepdad were allowed to attend her funeral service, which Andrea states was entirely quiet to prevent spreading out the infection even more.

    The bereaved mom states the only noise heard at the funeral service was her sobs, with gravediggers calling Vitoria a ‘little angel’ due to the fact that her life was over prior to she might sin. 

    Andrea stated: ‘You are not ready to lose anybody but a child? I’m not utilized to being without her. I miss her a lot.’

    She included: ‘He [my son] inquires about her all the time. He states, “Mom, I miss Gabrielle, why is she living with Jesus Christ?”

    ‘And I state to him, God took her, God desired her near to him.” Then he states, “Wow, but I want to go see my sister.”‘

    ‘I’m asking God for strength and it’s challenging. So I’m taking a look at her images and I’m truly missing her.’

    RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - JULY 01: Messages of solidarity are projected on the statue of Christ the Redeemer as a tribute to victims of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on on July 1, 2020 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Andre Coelho/Getty Images)

    Messages of uniformity are forecasted on the statue of Christ the Redeemer as a homage to victims of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on on July 1, 2020 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Picture: Getty Images)

    The Christ the Redeemer statue is seen illuminated to pay tribute to victims of novel COVID-19 coronavirus disease in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on July 01, 2020

    Brazil has the second-highest coronavirus death toll worldwide (Picture: AFP through Getty Images)

    Andrea declares her child was struck with Covid-19 while she remained in hopsital, as the infection simply beginning to distribute in Rio and Brazil in April.

    However, Rio’s Municipal Health Secretariat states it isn’t possible to confirm this as coronavirus was spreading out throughout the nation when she was contaminated. 

    A declaration stated the little woman got appropriate care by personnel at Jesus Municipal Hospital.

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