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A 4-year-old loses his parents to COVID-19 by just 100 days

A report said a San Antonio boy will turn 5 this month left orphaned after the coronavirus caused his parents to die within 100 days of each other.

“He’s been missing his mom since he was born mama” His grandmother, Rosie Salinas, He told NBC News On Saturdays around Raiden Gonzalez. “Just this morning he told me that he wishes his mother had returned and that he just wanted her.”

“I mean, what do I tell him?” Salinas, Raiden’s mother, Maria, 29, who died in October shortly after his father, Adan, 33, said, “You know, I just told him that they are now angels watching and protecting us.” He surrendered. To disease.

Although still mourning the loss, Salinas said she wanted to make her grandson’s birthday on November 28 as enjoyable as possible – so she and her sister came up with the idea of ​​celebrating the car, NBC News reported.

“We have many truck clubs, motorcyclists, Mustang clubs, classic cars and jeep clubs as well as the fire department.” “It will be a massive turnout,” she told the network.

The family’s ordeal began when a coworker from the boy’s father tested positive for the disease – then the father fell ill as well, becoming “one of the two most ill in the hospital,” Salinas says.

Adan passed away on June 26 and Maria passed away on October 5 – just hours after she fell ill.

“Maria wanted to make a memorial to Adan, but she never reached it,” Salinas told NBC News, adding that she plans to erect a memorial for her daughter, who was a teacher, and her son-in-law after the holiday.

She said, “I kept him in the same nursery.” “They take care of him really well. They know what he’s into.”

On Saturday, Raiden was elated when a surprise package containing a small dinosaur arrived.

“He loves dinosaurs, he loves huge trucks, and he loves Hot Wheels,” Salinas said. “But since he chose the dinosaur theme for his birthday, he really liked it.”

Amid this agony, Salinas said Raiden is keeping her forward.

“Only with his constant, friendly reminders telling me how much he loves me. He always thanks me for taking care of him, but I just have to think about him,” she told the outlet. “It’s a difficult situation to handle.”

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