Two Navajo Sisters Who Were Inseparable Died of COVID Just Weeks Apart | Kaiser Health News

Because of shortages, the sisters weren’t tested for COVID-19 until they were transferred out of Tuba City. They both tested positive and were then intubated at their respective hospitals. Cheryl died on April 11, and no family members were allowed to be with her.

“I couldn’t even hold my baby,” her mother said. “I couldn’t even hold her hand when she passed.”

 

Source: Two Navajo Sisters Who Were Inseparable Died of COVID Just Weeks Apart | Kaiser Health News