A heartbreaking story out of Yorkshire, England:
The daughter of a “gentle family man” and devoted church deacon has paid a heartfelt tribute after he died suddenly from coronavirus.
Neil Bailey, 47, had been struggling to breathe in March and was admitted to A&E after also having a high temperature and a constant cough.
He was later discharged and spent the next eight to nine days recovering in bed before showing signs of recovery.
However, on April 4, his condition deteriorated suddenly, and after deliberating whether or not to call an ambulance, he died in his home in Doncaster which he shared with his wife Doreen, 56.
His only child, Katie Bailey, 24, said: “It came out of the blue because he was getting better. The day before he’d gone downstairs and was watching films and playing with the dogs and he seemed a lot better.
“Then on April 4 it was just really sudden and he passed away at home. They were trying to decide whether to call an ambulance because he didn’t feel great.