Posted November 07, 2019 09:11:54In the days since the coronavirus outbreak began, more than a million people have been infected and more than 8,000 people have died.
The coronaviral disease has been linked to the spread of the virus, with people coughing up blood and coughing, sneezing and running away from the sick.
But for many families, the most significant change is the loss of a loved one.
A new study released Thursday in the journal JAMA Pediatrics found that parents who have lost a child due to the coronas virus have been particularly impacted by their loss.
More than half of the families surveyed were experiencing a loss of close contact with their child due in part to the pandemic.
The loss of these close family members has left families with very different expectations about how to raise their children, the study found.
And some of these parents are struggling financially as they try to adjust to their new responsibilities as parents.
For some, the loss has been even more traumatic.
A mother in Georgia who lost her daughter to the virus was forced to move from her home to a new apartment because she was unable to make ends meet.
This mother lost a son and daughter to coronaviruses and has been forced to live with a baby.
The family is currently in an emergency shelter and still struggles to make rent and maintain a roof over their heads, she said.
“I feel like we’re losing the person that’s been with us all these years.
It’s been so much time that we have lost, and I don’t know how long I’m going to be able to go on without my child,” she said, speaking to the AJC from the emergency shelter.