Tuesday, 14 July, 2020

21-year-old woman with 'no underlying health conditions' dies of coronavirus

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Gustavo Carr | 26 March, 2020, 23:26

Chloe Middleton is thought to be the first person to die with no underlying health conditions in the United Kingdom and the youngest. The country's existing stock of about 5,000-8,000 ventilators is inadequate if cases jump as predicted. The virus isn't spreading, PEOPLE are spreading the virus.

In a Facebook post she wrote: "To all the people out there that thinks it's just a virus please think again".

He said, "We want to get hundreds of thousands of tests ramped up in the next few weeks per day".

Her aunt, Emily Mistry, said Chloe had "no underlying health issues".

"She had no underlying health conditions".

Chloe's aunt Emily Mistry wrote on Facebook: "My lovely, kind hearted 21 year old niece Chloe has passed away from COVID-19".

Writing on Facebook "My attractive, kind-hearted niece, Chloe, has passed away from COVID-19". She added: "My loved ones are going through the most unimaginable pain, we are shattered beyond belief". Please, please adhere to government guidelines.

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On Sunday it was announced an 18-year-old boy had died after testing positive for coronavirus in Coventry, West Midlands.

Shops, schools, pubs and offices have also been forced to close in an attempt to reduce the spread of the virus and ease pressure on the NHS.

Her sister Amy added: "My kids couldn't have had a more loving insane nut case for an aunty and we wouldn't have had it any other way".

He said: "One of the things we are learning is that although older people are the hardest hit, younger people are not spared".

"Today, I have a message for young people: you are not invincible".

The outbreak is concentrated in London, with the head of an organization representing bosses in the state-run National Health Service warning on Thursday that hospitals in the capital were being overwhelmed by COVID-19 patients.