It was announced on Wednesday (25) the death of a 21-year-old girl in the United Kingdom on suspicion of Covid-19.
Chloe Middleton from Buckinghamshire is thought to have actually passed away of coronavirus.
The UN's health body warned this week about how young people are also at risk from the virus. Please follow the government's recommendations.
"Do your part. Protect yourself and protect others".
Through Wednesday morning, according to government figures, Britain reported 9,529 positive cases of coronavirus out of just over 97,000 people tested and 463 virus-related deaths.
"Life as we know it has improved drastically but unless we all act now to secure ourselves and other folks, the lengthier this turmoil and anguish will go on ..."
"She had no underlying health conditions". "We are shattered beyond belief".
Her devastated mother Diane Middleton, 44, wrote on Facebook: "To all the people out there that thinks it's just a virus, please think again".
"Rest in peace Chloe".
She extra: "About time persons took this seriously, just before much too lots of men and women conclude up in this devastating situation!" "Hahaha, somebody sent me this and told me it's exactly been 1 year since this run out happened".
The COVID-19 pandemic, which has transmitted to more than 470,000 people worldwide and has cost more than 21,000 lives since its appearance in Wuhan, China last December, makes them a very risky carrier, even if it kills young people and children. Where are they going to goto be dressed up? Angelo Borrelli, the head of the Civil Protection Agency estimated that as many as 6,40,000 people could have been infected in the country.
Health officials had originally suggested that only people with underlying health conditions were susceptible to the disease, but had said that anyone could catch it.