Suspected coronavirus dies after suffocating for breath while giving a zoom lecture for a student at an Argentine university
- Political scientist Paula de Simone, 46, died in Argentina on Wednesday
- He was giving a zoom lecture when mom and wife started to zoom in
- His students asked for his address so they could call an ambulance – he responded, ‘I can’t’, according to the report.
A professor at an Argentine university has died of suspected coronavirus after he gasped for breath while giving a zoom lecture to students.
Paula de Simon, 46, who taught politics and international relations at the Argentina de la Empressa at the University of Buenos Aires, died of asphyxiation during Zoom’s speech on Wednesday.
On Tuesday, de Simon retained the speech when he began panting for the plane, local news outlets reported.
According to local media sites Claran and MDZ, the 446-year-old’s condition appeared to be so serious that his students asked him for his address so they could send an ambulance.
Paula de Simon, 46, a lecturer in politics and international relations at the Argentina de la Empresa at the University of Buenos Aires, died of asphyxiation during a Zoom lecture on Wednesday.
“I can’t,” the report said.
De Simon wrote on Twitter at the end of August that he had been experiencing Covid-19 symptoms for at least four weeks. She added that her husband, who was working as a doctor at A&E, was also tired.
‘It’s very complicated. I was there [with the virus] For more than four weeks and the symptoms do not go away, ‘he wrote.
De Simon wrote on Twitter at the end of August that he had been experiencing Covid-19 symptoms for at least four weeks.
‘My husband is tired of doing so much right now […]’
Despite suffering from persistent cough, he continues to work, the university’s academic coordinator said in a statement.
The university shared a statement on Thursday expressing deep grief over the deaths of the mother and wife.
According to Clarin, the school wrote, ‘Paula was a passionate and dedicated teacher and a great person,’ the school wrote.
A video of the collapse was circulated on social media.
The university asked members of the academic community to pay tribute to his memory.
As of yesterday, more than 451,198 cases of coronavirus from the virus in Argentina and at least 9,361 people have died.