News 'FALLEN HERO': Ilonggo frontliner in UAE lost Covid-19 battle

‘FALLEN HERO’: Ilonggo frontliner in UAE lost Covid-19 battle

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The Philippine Nurses Association in the UAE confirmed the death of a Filipino frontliner after contracting the deadly Covid-19.

UAE-based nurse Marlon Jimenea succumbed to the virus on Sunday, April 26 at the University Hospital Sharjah.

According to the Facebook post of PNA-UAE Chapter, Jimenea was from Iloilo and had graduated Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Central philippine Universtiy in 1997.

Jimenea was born in 1976.

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