Julian Mark, (c) 2021, The Washington Post
Mon, September 13, 2021, 6:54 AM
Davy Macias, 37, was intubated and dying of complications from covid-19 when doctors helped her give birth to her daughter. She would never see her baby.
Her husband, Daniel Macias, 39, would only get a brief glimpse of their child because he, too, was hospitalized after contracting the virus. According to Davy's sister-in-law, Terri Serey, Daniel waited to name the baby girl because he believed he and his wife would walk out of the hospital alive to introduce the newborn to their four other children, the eldest age 7 and the youngest, 2.
But about a week after the baby was born, Davy died. Two weeks later, so did Daniel. Davy Macias did not get vaccinated because she was pregnant.
(Bad hospital... in a worse state. Must be connected with the one here that let my best friend die.)
The deaths of Davy and Daniel Macias echo the story of Lydia and Lawrence Rodriguez, a Texas couple who last month died weeks apart from each other, leaving behind four children.https://www.yahoo.com/news/california-couple-dies-covid-leaving-105447801.html