Wife of Critically Ill Bangladeshi Worker Says He Is Going To Be A Dad
"Please, just make sure he survives," his wife had said tearfully.
A Bangladeshi worker with coronavirus in Singapore has been critically ill for over three weeks now and will be a father soon, according to his wife.
The worker’s wife told this to the Migrant Workers’ Centre (MWC), when she found out from her husband’s cousin—who also works in Singapore—that he is in critical condition after contracting COVID-19.
They are all linked to a cluster in a Seletar Worksite.
Made daily calls to wife to warn her about the coronavirus
The worker had even telephoned to warn his wife about the coronavirus, even before he got tested positive on Feb 8. He thought it was just the regular flu.
“He had called to ask me to take care of myself, (to stay safe) from the virus and to be careful not to fall sick especially now that I am pregnant,” she said.
Sole breadwinner of family
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