21-year-old woman with no underlying health conditions dies, family reveal

Henrietta Strickland
March 26, 2020

A 21-year-old woman with no pre-existing medical conditions has died from the coronavirus, her family has said.

Miss Middleton is believed to be the youngest person in the United Kingdom with no pre-existing health conditions to have died from the virus.

On Tuesday (March 24), she wrote alongside a string of broken-heart emojis: "To all the people out there that thinks it's just a virus, please think again".

Chloe Middleton, 21, from High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire, passed away after contracting the deadly flu-like bug, which has killed hundreds of people in the UK.

"Chloé's aunt, Emily Mistry, also published an article on the COVID-19 death of the girl on Facebook and noted that her "beautiful" and "kindhearted" niece had "no health problems." underlying".

Ms Mistry wrote: "My cherished kinds are likely through the most unimaginable discomfort, we are shattered over and above perception ..."

Ms Middleton's sister, Amy Louise Middleton, claimed her children "couldn't have experienced a additional loving, insane nutcase for an auntie and we wouldn't have experienced it any other way".

"She had no underlying health conditions".

Chloe Middleton's aunt Emily Mistry wrote on social media: "My handsome, kind hearted 21 year old niece (Chloe) has passed away from COVID19".

Ms Middleton's sister, Amy Louise, added that it was "about time people took this seriously, before too many people end up in this devastating position".

Diane Middleton warned other people on Facebook about her daughter's death.

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

The remarks follow reports that across the world young people are not taking social distancing measures seriously. The UK now has 8,077 people with coronavirus, up by 1,427 from 6,650 on Monday.

The coronavirus outbreak was first recorded in China in December.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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