Chloe Middleton: "Coronavirus victim, 21, 'had no health issues"

Laverne Higgins
March 26, 2020

A 21-year-old woman with no apparent underlying health conditions has died after contracting coronavirus, her family has said - urging the public to "do your bit". She added: "My loved ones are going through the most unimaginable pain, we are shattered beyond belief".

Reports said that she is believed to have been the youngest person in the United Kingdom without preexisting conditions to have died from the CCP virus.

Chloe Middleton from Hugh Wycombe, Buckinghamshire tragically died from Covid-19 on the 21st March.

Meanwhile, an 18-year-old male is said to have been the youngest person in the country to have died from the virus.

Professor Kiran Patel the Chief Medical Officer for the University Hospitals of Coventry and Warwickshire NHS said he was being treated for "significant underlying health issues".

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. It was always his dream to work for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and he was very happy representing our country overseas".

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The government also confirmed that as of 5pm on Wednesday, March 25, 578 people have died after testing positive from the virus.

World Health Organisation Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said: "Although older people are hardest hit, younger people are not spared".

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For most people, coronavirus will be a moderate to mild illness which can be recovered from in approximately a week.

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. There have been 111,480 reported recoveries.

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