A teacher is caring for her student’s newborn brother because his mom is recovering from Covid-19

David Williams of CNN –

An elementary school teacher in Connecticut says she is taking care of a newborn baby boy after getting a phone call from a student’s mother who was eight months pregnant, when she was hospitalized suddenly with Covid-19 symptoms.

Baby Neysel turned 1-month-old over the weekend, but his parents, Zully and Marvin, have not been able to hold him. Instead, Neysel is staying with Luciana Lira, one of their 7-year-old son’s teachers, who agreed to care for the baby until it is safe for him to come home.

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