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Ai marketing 5g smartphones nanotechnology developments Coronavirus: Kind medics ‘treated my dying father like family’

Image copyright Family photo Image caption Barry Parker was a “lovely” man who was well known among West Bromwich Albion fans A woman whose dying father was isolated with coronavirus says kind medics treated him like “their family”. Barry Parker, 77, from West Bromwich, died at Warwick Hospital on Monday night after being in intensive…

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Barry Parker was a “charming” male who was well understood amongst West Bromwich Albion fans.

A female whose passing away dad was isolated with coronavirus states kind medics treated him like “their household”.

Barry Parker, 77, from West Bromwich, passed away at Warwick Health center on Monday night after being in intensive care.

Soon prior to his death his daughter, Wendy Skett, said being not able to be near him or her mother, Heather, was a “living headache”.

She praised “compassionate” nurses and physicians who held his hands and spoke to him throughout his final hours.

Mr Parker was required to Sandwell Hospital with breathing troubles more than 2 weeks back and was later on moved to Warwick because of demand for coronavirus treatment at the first medical facility, Ms Skett said.

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Wendy Skett spoke with the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire from her house.

Ms Skett said it was incredibly tough not being next to her father, or her mother – Mr Parker’s better half of 56 years – who was alone because of the danger of the infection being passed on.

She said medical personnel had actually held her father’s hand and spoke to him [as if they were his family].

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Mr Parker died in health center at about 23: 30 BST on Monday.

A big fan of West Bromwich Albion, he had one grandson, Luke, and was popular as part of a group that raised thousands of pounds for Sandwell Medical facility.

” It’s an outright headache and I do not want any other household to need to go through this,” Ms Skett stated.

” People should comply with the guidelines and remain in. It’s just a short time in their lives.”

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