‘This post is for all of you’- Maltese Woman Opens up about her COVID-19 Experience


Kimberley Cauchi is a 29-year-old Maltese woman who recently took to social media to open up about her struggles in the hospital whilst fighting COVID-19. Yet despite all hardships and the troubling time we currently live in, Kimberley has an important, positive, and gentle reminder for us all…


Good morning to all of you.

Would like to thank all of those who followed me these last past days as I was recovering…

Posted by Kimberly Cauchi on Wednesday, March 24, 2021


In her Facebook post, she takes a moment to ‘thank all of those who followed me these last past days as I was recovering’, writing, ‘From the bottom of my heart, there are no words I could use to thank all of these professional human beings who have taken care of me day and night during my stay in hospital.’



Cauchi also shared how the local front lines really did all that they truly could, from running several tests to friendly gestures and words, she claims that they ‘live up to their titles’, referring to them as ‘our heroes’… and we couldn’t agree more!


COVID…. The virus that has been on everyone’s thought these past months or year.

But what is COVID-19 really? Is it…

Posted by Kimberly Cauchi on Friday, March 19, 2021


She then explained how she is currently being discharged and making her way home to her loving husband, Christian Cauchi, and their 16-month-old, where she will fully recover and get back on her feet.



Cauchi also took a moment to thank all of those dearests to her, who not only provided ample support and love, but even dropped by with clothing essentials, yummy food, and supplies to pass the time… reminding us never to take anything for granted!


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On that note, she shares that she aims this post at all of us, reminding us to stay positive but above all, to stay safe, ‘Take care of each other. We will win this battle, we will succeed, but we cannot fight it alone. Let’s help doctors and nurses fight this.’, she adds.


‘The fight depends on us, depends on our unity, on our responsibility as human beings. So, STOP complaining, and START acting about it. Keep your heads up high, be positive and we will be back on track.’

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