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Piers Stefan Pughe-Morgan (born 30 March 1965) is an English broadcaster, journalist, writer, and television personality. He is currently a co-presenter of the ITV Breakfast programme Good Morning Britain from Monday to Wednesday each week. Morgan began his career in Fleet Street as a writer and editor for several tabloid papers, including The Sun, News of the World, and the Daily Mirror. In 1994, aged 29, he was appointed editor of the News of the World by Rupert Murdoch, which made him the youngest editor of a British national newspaper in more than half a century.
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Sister of nurse who died with Covid-19 'nearly sectioned with grief'

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A woman has told of how her grief over her sister's death almost lead to her being sectioned under the Mental Health Act. Brave nurse Areema Nasreen tragically died with Covid-19 in April 2020, just mere weeks into the first lockdown.

Birmingham Live reports the mum-of-three passed away from the virus at Walsall Manor Hospital in Walsall on April 3 - the very hospital where she worked for 16 years.

In the aftermath of her death, the frontline medical professional was described as an 'absolute heroine' by journalist and TV presenter Piers Morgan, and described as an 'utterly devoted and selfless' nurse by both colleagues and patients.Now her sister, Kazeema Afzal, has revealed she was almost sectioned as the grief and heartbreak over her death became overwhelming.The support worker, who is training to become a nurse in her sister's honour, went back to work on the same ward as her sister just a month after her death.The 35-year-old said: "It all calmed down and people stopped talking about her.

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