Teens die after the battle of COVID. “I can’t believe I can’t hear him,” says a Texas mom.

Sabrina Medina Morales is distrustful after her My teenage son died of COVID-19..

“I still can’t believe he can’t hear him, laugh, hug him, or see his smile,” she said on Facebook. Her son, George Morales, died Wednesday night.

He was 16 years old — Connally High School sophomore According to KXXV, in Waco, Texas. His death occurred after a month-long battle with the coronavirus.

“My George fought hard to the end,” his mom said early Thursday morning. “My baby, my sweet baby got angel wings last night at 8:52 pm.”

She says her 10th grade was surrounded by his family and close friends when he died.

Connally Independent School District KWTX reported sharing the news of his death in a letter to his parents. George was not only a student, but also a son of a junior high school student and a brother of another student. According to the news station, he was involved in several activities, including managing the school’s soccer program and participating in the school’s Air Force JROTC program.

“Our sympathy and condolences are directed at this family,” the school district said in a letter received by KWTX. “George will be deeply missed by everyone at Connally ISD.”

KXXV reported that George’s death killed four people in the district due to complications from COVID-19. His death followed the deaths of two junior high school teachers in August and the death of an education aide in September.

It is unknown whether George or staff have been vaccinated against COVID-19.

As of Thursday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported 140 COVID-19 deaths of children Since January 20, 2021, 16 and 17 years old and 937,866 cases of the same age group.

“Cases of COVID-19 have been reported in children (0-17 years) compared to adults,” says the CDC. “Children are less susceptible to COVID-19 than adults, Children can get sick from COVID-19 You can spread COVID-19 to others. Some children can develop severe illness. Children with an underlying illness are at increased risk of serious illness compared to children without an underlying illness. “

CDC recommends that children over 12 years old get Vaccination against COVID-19.. The coronavirus vaccine has not yet been approved for children under the age of 12.

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