"Molto amorevole e dolce"’ 6-Bimbo di un anno della Carolina del Nord muore di COVID

'Very Loving and Sweet' 6-Year-Old Boy in North Carolina Dies of COVID

A North Carolina mom is remembering her 6-year-old son as avery loving and sweet boyafter he died from complications of COVID-19.

Ethan Govan, a first-grade student in Charlotte, is one of the youngest in the state to die from the virus after his death on Sept. 19. He had preexisting conditions that worsened his illness, county health officials said.

Govan’s mom, Sharon Huff, said she’ll always remember her son’s joyous outlook and smiles.

He loved to have fun,” she told WBTV. “He didn’t let anything stop him or slow him down. He was just all around a very loving and sweet boy.

Huff said that Govanloved music, he loved to wrestle, he loved school, he loved superheroes.

Mecklenburg County Public Health Director Gibbie Harris told the outlet that Govan’s death shows that COVID-19 can be a threat to anyone, even young kids.

There are situations where children are being exposed that don’t have the ability to fight this off, and we can see from last week how dangerous this virus can be,” ha detto Harris.

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With children now making up 26.7% of all COVID-19 cases in the U.S., according to the American Academy of Pediatrics, Harris is urging everyone to wear a mask and get vaccinated if they are eligible.

It is incredibly unfortunate in our community, and we all need to be part of the solution to keep things from happening like this in the future,” lei disse.

Huff is holding a funeral for Govan on Saturday, e wrote in his obituary che lui “was the life of any room that he was in” e “very smart and charming.

Govan’s elementary school sent a letter to all families alerting them of his death, and Huff said she hopes his classmatesjust remember how much funher son was, “and how much he enjoyed life, and let it live through them.

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