‘My Mom Did Not Have to Die Alone’

In the early hours of Dec. 13, as her mother’s breathing became shallow and laboured, Natalia Munnion was told to leave her long-term care facility. Her one-hour compassionate visit with her mother, Roseanna Un, was over.

The nurse said her mother would be better by morning, and that she would call Munnion with any news then.

Two hours later, the nurse called Munnion to say the serious chest infection had slowed her mother’s breathing more and that she should get there as soon as she could.


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