translated from Spanish: Coronavirus in Argentina: 33-year-old teacher and university student died

The country is in shock days before the registration of coronavirus cases and decesses in its second wave. These include a teacher and student who died after complications arising from her positive bilateral pneumonia. Ailén Florencia Actis was 33 years old, teaching, working in the Educational Complex of club Lanús giving classes in Computer Workshop and Multimedia Workshop. She was a graphic designer, mother of two children of 10 and 8 years, and also studied law at the National University of Lomas de Zamora (UNLZ). As it happened, he had no pre-existing illnesses.

“We accompany your loved ones at this moment of sorrow,” said Club Atlético Lanús, where she gave her classes, sending a farewell message for the departure of this young woman’s world and sent her support to the family. On 30 April, the brother of the young student and teacher, Mariano Actis, had informed the local portal La Unión, that she “was admitted to the IOMA Clinic in Temperley”. Finally Ailén died on May 19.

Ailén Florencia Actis, a 33-year-old teacher and university student, died | Twitter

Meanwhile, Faculty of Law of the National University of Lomas de Zamora also accompanied with a message posted on his Twitter account: “With deep sadness we inform the educational community of the death of student Ailén Actis. We sent a warm hug and accompanied his father Orlando Actis, a faculty teacher at the Faculty, to his family and loved ones at this difficult time.”

The institution reported the death of the student | Twitter @DerechoUNLZ

This is not the first time the institution has reported the death of a student. On May 14 last, THE FACULTy of Social Sciences of UNLZ reported the decess of Sol Casella, 23, who contracted coronavirus.
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