Tanya did not have time to say goodbye to her mother Valentina: "She was before being released from the hospital, but her condition deteriorated" • The Israelis who paid the heavy price • A special project
Hillel Yaffe Hospital in Hadera
Joshua Joseph - Archive
Valentina Tolchensky, 80, died on Tuesday this week after contracting the corona virus.
She lived in a nursing home in the Sharon area and after her illness was transferred to the Corona ward at Hillel Yaffe Hospital in Hadera, where her health deteriorated and she was taken to her ancestors.
Her daughter Tanya said in pain: "Mother was in a nursing home in Sharon and after she was infected she was transferred to Beilinson Hospital in Petah Tikva. Her condition improved and she was transferred from there to sheltered housing for Corona patients in Hadera, where her condition deteriorated and she was transferred to Hillel Yaffe Hospital."
Tanya says that her condition also improved in Hillel Yaffe.
"She was before being released from the hospital, and one day the situation deteriorated and she died. Unfortunately, because of the corona I did not see her before she passed away. She was infected in the nursing home, where she has been for the past five years. We immigrated to Israel from Ukraine. In Ukraine and he still lives there. Mother loved the country very much. My daughter, her granddaughter, was like a daughter to her, and she is very happy to have a granddaughter. She also has two grandchildren from my brother in Ukraine. My father passed away three years ago, they were together at home patriarchs".
Tania, a nurse at Beilinson Hospital, is angry with the Israeli public: "I am angry that there is no adherence to the guidelines. It is not just a virus, it is not the flu. You have to keep, just keep. Everyone has to be responsible. I see people without masks and it's annoying. "I can get infected or my daughter too. People don't understand that."
Valentina was laid to rest in Be'er Sheva.
She is survived by a son and a daughter and three grandchildren.