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The fit and healthy father, 27, dies just 10 days after the birth of his son with symptoms of the coronavirus

A healthy young father who became a father for the second time just 10 days ago died after showing coronavirus symptoms.

Thomas Davies, 27, fell ill on Friday during his last shift at the Albion Inn, in Bangor.

What started as a cough quickly turned into pain and then cold sweat.

Thomas Davies, 27, who fathered Morgan for the second time just 10 days ago, has died after exhibiting coronavirus symptoms

Thomas Davies, 27, who fathered Morgan for the second time just 10 days ago, has died after exhibiting coronavirus symptoms

He died on Thursday after spending the night with little son Morgan.

Today, his heartbroken mother said she couldn’t even embrace family members in grief because they saw social distance.

Mandy Davies said, “We can’t embrace each other and I can’t even comfort my family because I can’t see them.

“I can’t put my arms around it because we have to be two meters apart.

“I went to my daughter and I had to stay at the bottom of the path.”

Ms. Davies, 53, said that Thomas seemed to have overcome the worst illness and that it got better on Wednesday when she last spoke to him. He too had followed government advice to isolate himself at home.

He was found dead on Thursday by his partner Rhiannon Elias, also 27, in their Penygroes home

He was found dead on Thursday by his partner Rhiannon Elias, also 27, in their Penygroes home

He was found dead on Thursday by his partner Rhiannon Elias, also 27, in their Penygroes home

But on Thursday, he was found dead by his partner Rhiannon Elias, also 27, in their Penygroes home.

Paramedics dressed in protective clothing took his body away.

Mrs. Davies said, “When I got to the hospital, they were all in their suits.

“I couldn’t even touch him, I wasn’t allowed.

“I wasn’t allowed to see him for long because they suspected the virus, and they had to put him back in pockets.

“He had a plastic bag over his face.”

Thomas with his two sons, Dylan, four and newborn, Morgan. Ms. Davies, a health professional, said tests would be conducted to determine if Thomas had Covid-19.

Thomas's heartbroken mother said she couldn't even hug relatives in their grief for seeing social distance.

Thomas's heartbroken mother said she couldn't even hug relatives in their grief for seeing social distance.

Thomas’s heartbroken mother said she couldn’t even hug relatives in their grief for seeing social distance.

Ms. Davies said that Thomas had no previous medical problems.

She said, “He was fit, he was healthy, he was energetic, he never smoked.

“He had nothing to do with him. It is a shock.

“We’re all in zombie mode right now.

“I’ve been told to keep isolating. We all need to isolate ourselves. It’s all so cruel. ‘

Rhiannon has now been told to isolate the next two weeks with her children, Dylan Elias-Davies, four, and newborn Morgan.

They had been unable to see Thomas’s body after his death.

Ms. Davies added, “Rhiannon is absolutely devastated. She is in a million pieces. Her heart fell apart. ‘

In honor of her son, Mrs. Davies described him as a “heart of gold” and said he was a “devoted father” to his boys.

“You can’t ask for a more loving father for those boys,” she said.

“He would work so hard, not just to keep a roof over their heads, but to give them everything they wanted and more.

Rhiannon (right) has now been told to isolate herself for the next two weeks with her children, Dylan Elias-Davies, four, and newborn Morgan.

Rhiannon (right) has now been told to isolate herself for the next two weeks with her children, Dylan Elias-Davies, four, and newborn Morgan.

Rhiannon (right) has now been told to isolate herself for the next two weeks with her children, Dylan Elias-Davies, four, and newborn Morgan.

“Dylan doesn’t understand. He will be four this month. He was a daddy’s son and of course Morgan gets memories, but that’s all he has that we’ll keep alive

“He couldn’t wait to become a father again. You cannot have a more loving father. ‘

She added that her son would “do everything for everyone” and always “do his best for everyone.”

“He was just a happy boy,” she added. “He was so polite and well-mannered.

“He was always happy and joked and laughed. He was always the one who put a smile on someone’s face when they were down. He was always joking.

“He was just a nice, polite man.”

Mrs. Davies, who is unable to work, is now hoping to start a fundraising campaign to help pay for her son’s funeral expenses.

She said that people should understand the very real danger of the coronavirus and added, “This is no joke, take it seriously.

“This is a young boy, he was 27 with a life for him and a young family.

“Don’t let your kids play. Stay away, it’s just not worth it, stay home.

“Nothing can bring my boy back. I can’t turn the clock. I can never speak to him again, I can never see him again. ‘

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