Covid-19 Patient Gave Birth To Twins, Named Them Corona And Virus

Covid-19 Patient Gave Birth To Twins, Named Them Corona And Virus

Coronavirus continues making history after a woman who’s Covid 19 patient gave birth to Twins and named the kids Corona and Virus. 


A Mexican Covid-19 patient woman, who’s still under treatment for dreadful virus has named her just born twins after the virus.

Sometimes our situation makes us do crazy things because we think it is the end of the world while it is not.

It occurs to me that people can do crazy things if they have no idea of what to do.

This is how a woman with the name Annamaria José Raphael Gonzalez, 34, who gave birth to twins while she was infected with the coronavirus at Hospital General La Villa in Mexico City.

However, Gonzalez gave birth to two healthy babies, a girl named Corona José Miguel Gonzalez and a boy named Virus José Miguel Gonzalez.


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While announcing the names, the woman said;

“I didn’t have any names planned and one doctor suggested I called them Corona and Virus because I was infected with COVID-19 and I thought it was a wonderful idea,” Gonzalez told reporters.

Doctor Eduardo Castillas, at Mexico’s Hospital General La Villa says he only intended the names to be a joke, but is glad the mother is healthy as well as both children.“I told her she should call them Corona and Virus as a joke but it seems she took it seriously,” Doctor Eduardo Castillas said laughingly.

Annamaria Gonzalez had planned to give birth in the United States next week but was forced into labor before she could reach the border.

Now history will never forget these children for they where named after a deadly virus who shakes this world. Although it is a great news that the mother and children are healthy for now.

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