Coronavirus claims life of Pakistani taxi driver in London

Pakistani Cab Driver Lost his life due to coronavirus in UK

LONDON: Just inside seven days, another Pakistani cab driver lost his life to the novel coronavirus in South London. Zeeshan Ahmed, 27, died at St. George Hospital in Tooting.

Zeeshan Ahmed went to the UK in 2014 with his folks from Sargodha and was situated in Tooting Bec. He began to feel manifestations of the infection from April 1 and started to self-separate at home before his wellbeing got basic and was taken to the St George’s Hospital on tenth April.

He was moved to the ventilator for six days however tragically lost an amazing skirmish to the viral sickness. There is still no clearness with regards to how he gotten the infection, Mohammad Iqbal Gondal said.

Mohammad Iqbal Gondal, 60, additionally experienced a gentle variant of COVID-19, however his wellbeing circumstance didn’t break down and began improving inside ten days.

“He was my only kid. He was my entire world. The torment is unbelievable. I think of him as a saint who lost his life battling this sickness. I will recall him as a shaheed. He was everything to me and my significant other and we have lost everything and in such a disastrous way. My child had such a large number of dreams and he needed to live and appreciate life,” the lamenting father said.