The COVID-19 pandemic in the United States continues to spread, and many American families have lost their loved ones and suffered irreparable losses and injuries.
According to Fox News, an assistant prosecutor in Kansas City recently died of COVID-19 a few days after giving birth to a child, leaving her family in grief.
Jollen Engelbart, 32, an assistant prosecutor in Jackson County, Kansas City, died of complications from COVID-19 just four days after giving birth.
Joelan’s departure is difficult for his family to accept.
Joelen Engelbart’s brother Larry: Joelen’s departure left a huge gap for me.
She is not only my sister, but also my best friend. She has always been beside my brother and me, always guarding us and protecting us.
Joren’s family said that Joren was committed to helping the vulnerable, and had been running for abused children for five years.
She wanted to make the world a better place, but now she has left and failed to even hug her newborn child before she died.
The baby was born three months prematurely and is still in the neonatal intensive care unit.
Joelen Engelbart’s Uncle Ross: Joren has a lot to do, a lot to prove, a lot to complete, but now she can no longer do this, we can’t see it, and she hasn’t hugged her own children, which is a devastating blow.
Joelan’s family urged people to pay attention to the pandemic and not relax their vigilance for a moment.
Joelen Engelbart’s uncle Ross: You can’t relax your vigilance for a second, because Jollen is very cautious, but he still fails to survive the pandemic.