Daughter, 21, believed to be youngest in United Kingdom to die from coronavirus

Grant Boone
March 26, 2020

Chloe Middleton's devastated family shared the news of her death in the hope it will act as a wake-up call to those ignoring social distancing rules.

Separately, over 170,000 people have signed up to help the NHS tackle the outbreak. "The virus isn't spreading, PEOPLE are spreading the virus", the relative added.

"Speaking from a personal experience this so-called virus has taken the life of my 21-year-old daughter".

The UN's health body warned this week about how young people are also at risk 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".

She said the family was "shattered beyond belief".

Chloe's aunt wrote: "My handsome, kind hearted 21 year old niece Chloe has passed away from Covid-19".

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Middleton's aunt, Emily Mistry, said Chloe had "no underlying health issues".

Writing on Facebook "My lovely, kind-hearted niece, Chloe, has passed away from COVID-19".

She wrote: "She went above and beyond for me and was my best friend even though she had a habit of pinching my clothes, so many great memories that I'm so, so, so grateful we got to make and share and that will never be forgotten!"

"Please, please adhere to government guidelines".

Meanwhile, an 18-year-old male is said to have been the youngest person in the country to have died from the virus. DO YOUR BIT. Protect yourselves and protect others!"The virus isn't spreading, PEOPLE are spreading the virus". Health officials have not confirmed the death or its cause, the Guardian reported. According to the tally by global news agency, the pandemic has now spread to 198 countries and has infected at least 471,464 people. "Until we meet again".

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".

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