NASSAU COUNTY, Fla. – In 5 days, Tiffany Devereaux has misplaced her fiancé, her mom and her grandmother to COVID-19.
“I misplaced my grandmother on Saturday, misplaced my fiancé on Monday and I misplaced my momma yesterday,” Devereaux stated. “I needed to skip going to her memaw’s funeral yesterday so I might get to the hospital so I might say goodbye to my momma.”
Devereaux’s household lives in Callahan. She additionally examined optimistic for COVID-19, however had gentle signs.
Her fiancé, Britt McCall, was 35 years previous and an worker at Duval County Public Colleges. Her mom was 65 and her grandmother — 85. She stated dropping them has turned her world the other way up.
“I really feel misplaced. I really feel so misplaced,” Devereaux stated. “I don’t know what to assume or what to really feel proper now. I need my family members again. They’re those that at all times obtained me by means of the laborious instances in my life and now they’re all gone.”
Devereaux stated aside from her grandmother, nobody else has been vaccinated.
“My fiancé and my mom and I — none of us are vaccinated,” she stated.
Devereaux stated she’s now pushing for others to get vaccinated and plans to get a vaccine herself.
“My mother and fiancé, their final want was for me to get vaccinated. They advised me how painful this virus was,” Devereaux stated. “I simply need everybody to know the way essential that is.”
She hopes no different household has to expertise the identical heartbreak. A GoFundMe account has been created to assist with bills.
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