Sara Monar, Actress Of ‘La Rosa De Guadalupe’, Died Of Covid-19

The news of Sara Monar’s death was announced by the National Association of Interpreters (ANDI).

Sara Monar, who participated in unitary programs such as La rosa de Guadalupe or As the saying goes, died of complications from covid-19.  The news of her death was announced by the National Association of Interpreters (ANDI) through its social networks, the association accompanied the sad news with a message dedicated to the actress’s family .

In its publication, ANDI regretted the death of Sara Monar, who perished due to some complications that she presented after catching Covid-19. The association recalled some projects in which the actress participated.

“The National Association of Interpreters announces the sensitive death of the interpreter partner Sara Monar. Actress remembered for her work in the television melodramas Corazón que miente, Mujeres infieles and María Isabel ”

. Finally, he also gave her condolences to the actress’s family for the death of Sara Monar. “To her family and friends we send our deepest condolences from the Board of Directors and the Vigilance Committee of ANDI.”

A few days ago, Sara Monar’s daughter, Ivette Pizano, revealed on her social networks that her mother was in poor health due to COVID-19 and that she had been hospitalized and had entered intensive care.

“My mother has been admitted to intensive care. I ask for your prayers for her and for my daughters, my granddaughter, and my son-in-law who have contracted such a devastating virus.

” This March 30, Sara Manar’s daughter also confirmed the death of the actress.

“On behalf of my family I want to thank everyone who was aware of my mother’s health. She has just transcended to eternal health, to reunite with her beloved son and loved ones. Thanks”.

Sara Monar, in addition to participating in the Unitarios program, also worked in soap operas such as María Belén , Amor real, Alborada, When I fell in love, La malquerida , among others.


Amelia Warner– After graduating from NYU with a master's degree in history, She was also a columnist for many local newspapers. Amelia Warner mostly covers Entertainment topics, but at times loves to write about movie reviews as well.

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