Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Nurse Lini Puthussery passed on May 21 after contracting Nipah virus from patients she was tending to. The 31-year-old worked in as a nurse at Perambra Taluk Hospital close Kozhikode, Kerala. The mother of two died without saying goodbye to her loved ones. She must be cremated even before her family could get one last look at her. This was a because of the strict safety protocol of the hospital in such a case. Lini was the part of the team that treated the first victim of this virus. With her death, because in light of this infection has gone up to 10. She allegedly left a note for her husband Sajish, who works in the Gulf. Lini addressed to the letter to him, asking him to take mind from their children. “Saji Chetta, I am nearly on my way. I don’t think I will be able to see you. Sorry. Deal with our children appropriately. Our innocent kid, take him to the gulf. They shouldn’t be distant from everyone else like our dad. Lots of love… ” This is the thing that she kept in touch with her husband before she surrendered to the fatal virus. Lini took with the first victim of Nipah infection, Mohammed Sadik. As per her husband, she had fever after Sadik passed away. CM condoled over the demise of Lini, the nurse who died of infection while taking care of Nipah virus affected patients. It is saddening to know that she lost her life while serving others. Her selfless service will be remembered. pic.twitter.com/RaE973xRJ2 — CMO Kerala (@CMOKerala) May 22, 2018 “She was particularly disturbed by the death of Sadik,” said Sajish. Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan wrote on Facebook, “The loss of Lini, who had sacrifices her life for nursing a patient, is a sorrow for every one of us. Lini’s forfeit is incomparable. Unfortunately that Lini met with this tragedy while she was earnestly doing her duty. We, the people of the state, share the pain and loss of Lini’s family, companions, and associates.” The CM additionally regarded the medical caretaker by tweeting, “Her selfless services will be remembered.” Lini joined the hospital a year ago September. There is no vaccination for this infection yet, says the World Health Organization. Dr. Deepu Sebin, Chief Executive of DailyRounds, a networks of doctors, tweeted, “Nurse Lini died in our fight against the Nipah virus. She died trying to save patients contaminated by it. She was only 31 and was a mother of two little children. In the event that she isn’t a saint, I don’t know who is.” Sajish declares that they acknowledged the governments choice to cremate her body. Lini’s sad letter has been shared crosswise over web-based social networking with the hashtag #RIPAngelLini. Her husband, youngsters, and close ones are under observation. Their blood tests have additionally been taken as a precautionary step.