Family’s plea after virus kills healthy 21-year-old

Chloe Middleton 21 died from coronavirus

Chloe Middleton 21 died from coronavirus

However across the country where tests are being carried out, more people are tested negative than they are positive with the Covid-19 virus.

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

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

Mistry wrote, "My handsome, kind hearted 21 year old niece (Chloe) has passed away from Covid-19".

"She had no underlying health issues".

And Chloe's aunt, Emily Mistry, told pals in a Facebook post: "My attractive, kind-hearted 21-year-old niece Chloe has passed away from COVID-19. We are shattered beyond belief".

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On March 22, the National Health Service (NHS) has also suggested that an 18-year-old male had died of coronavirus since it was confirmed that he had contracted the virus.

An 18-year-old boy is throught to be the youngest to have died from the virus in the United Kingdom, but he had "significant underlying health issues", Professor Kiran Patel, Chief Medical Officer for University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust said on 22 March.

"Please, please adhere to government guidelines".

He said: "One of the things we are learning is that although older people are the hardest hit, younger people are not spared". According to the tally by global news agency, the pandemic has now spread to 198 countries and has infected at least 471,464 people.

"I am telling you now, if you are going to meet your friends for a stupid beer or for a walk because the weather is nice, you are going to take this home and you are going to kill someone", she warned.

"Even if you don't get sick the choices you make about where you go could be the difference between life and death for someone else".

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