Leilani Jordan's Mother Tearfully Recalls Losing 27-Year-Old Daughter with Cerebral Palsy to COVID-19

Leilani Jordan's mom speaks up about losing her 27-year-old daughter with cerebral palsy to the highly-contagious Coronavirus. Leilani worked as a grocery store worker and wished to serve people even if it was dangerous for her to do so. 

Leilani Jordan was a 27-year-old grocery store worker in Maryland, who wanted nothing else but to help other people. She passed away after contracting Coronavirus, which devastated to hear the news as she was most likely exposed to the virus while at work. 

Leilani's mom, Zenobia Shepherd, who referred to his daughter as "butterfly," said that her daughter was admitted to the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on March 26. After trying to gain funds to help her daughter through GoFundMe, she announced that on April 1, Jordan had passed away. 

SHE WAS HER FAMILY'S MIRACLE BABY

Leilani's brother Jordan said that his sister worked as a greeter at a Giant supermarket in Largo, and she was the family's "miracle baby." Her COVID-19 symptoms were mild, and he was confident that she would ultimately make a full recovery after she was sent to the hospital. 

"When she was admitted, she was challenged, she was struggling with her respiratory health, and I could tell. But it did not seem as severe as what it ended up being and it just escalated so fast."

SHE WAS COMMITTED TO HER JOB TO HELP SENIOR CITIZENS

Jordan's cerebral palsy caused cognitive delays, and she had vision impairment that had her working with a service dog. Despite this, Leilani was committed to her job and was particularly sympathetic to elderly customers. Because of wanting to help them, she would continue going to work to help them out. 

She only stopped going to work when she could no longer breathe, but before that, she would continue going to help senior citizens get their groceries.

PAYING TRIBUTE TO THE WORLD'S FRONTLINERS

There are millions of people like Leilani who have risked their lives to serve others, and it's only fitting for them to be given the proper thanks and appreciation by the general public. Leading the pack is Janet Jackson, who shared a tribute to thank everyone working on the frontlines during the Coronavirus pandemic. 

Acknowledging that these people are risking their lives, Jackson thanked them for their service and prayed for their safety and security during such uncertain times. 

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