Chanda Romero's mother dies of COVID-19

Chanda Romero's mother dies of COVID-19

- Veteran actress Chanda Romero mourns the death of her mother, Nanay Remedios "Meding" Romero who succumbed to COVID-19 on June 30

- She was confined at the Cebu Doctors Hospital in Cebu City and passed on at the said hospital

- In a Facebook post, the actress only had two words to say in reference to her mom, "No words"

- The actress previously asked for plasma donation to help in the recovery of her mom

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The family of veteran actress Chanda Romero is mourning the passing of their mother Remedios "Meding" Romero.

She died of COVID-19 on June 30 at the Cebu Doctors Hospital in Cebu City.

On July 3, the actress posted on Facebook a picture of her mom and captioned it with, "No words."

Short as they may be, they conveyed the deep sadness that the actress is feeling.

Chanda Romero's mother dies of COVID-19
Chanda Romero's mother dies of COVID-19
Source: Facebook

Previously, the actress took to social media and was asking for plasma donors. She was already imploring the public to help her mom.

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There have already been celebs who fought COVID-19. Christopher de Leon was among them, as well as Sylvia Sanchez and her husband.

The COVID-19 outbreak started out in Wuhan, Hubei Province of China. Scientists believed that the virus came from an animal at one of Wuhan's wet markets.

The Philippines has slowly eased quarantine measures and Filipinos are starting to adapt to the new normal. The Philippines has already breached more than 40,000 in coronavirus cases and celebrities like Angel Locsin, Anne Curtis, Dimples Romana, and Bea Alonzo have been going out of their way to help in getting testing kits to the poor.

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