Twin sisters who “did everything together” in Wales have died of the coronavirus just days apart — and their older brother is now battling for his life in a hospital.
Eleanor Andrews got sick first and died on March 29 — with sister Eileen succumbing to the deadly bug four days later, her family told The Post Thursday.
Three days after that, the 66-year-old twins’ older brother, Phillip, 68, was taken to a hospital, testing positive for COVID-19 and remaining on oxygen as he battles the deadly disease, his loved ones say.
“They were born in the house and have lived together all their lives,” Eleanor’s daughter-in-law, Janice Smithson Andrews, told The Post of the siblings from the Welsh village of Abercynon.
“We feel as if we’re in a horror film or a nightmare and someone is going to wake us up,” Janice also told ITV.
Her husband, Eleanor’s son Stuart, said his mom and her sister “did everything together.”
“You think, ‘It’s not going to happen to me’ … but it does,” Stuart told ITV, urging people to take lockdowns seriously. “We don’t want people to go through what we’re going through,” he told ITV.