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

Grant Boone
March 27, 2020

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.

Even Chloe's aunt, Emily Mistry wrote in a now unavailable post on Facebook that her niece "passed away of COVID-19".

"She had no underlying health issues".

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

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

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

Chloe Middleton did not have underlying health issues, her family said.

"Please, please adhere to government guidelines".

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Chloe's sister, Amy Louise Middleton, said her children "couldn't have had a more loving, insane nutcase for an auntie and we wouldn't have had it any other way".

She added: 'Please, please. protect yourselves and protect others!

"Life as we know it has changed dramatically but unless we all act now to protect ourselves and others, the longer this turmoil and anguish will go on..."

Chloe's sister, Amy Louise Middleton, said her children "couldn't have had a more loving, insane nutcase for an auntie and we wouldn't have had it any other way".

"Rest in peace Chloe". Professor Kiran Patel, Chief Medical Officer for University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust, stated on March 22 that the teen had "significant underlying health issues", without elaborating.

She is one of many coronavirus patients sharing their stories online in a bid to stop the public being reckless.

Karen Mannering can be seen battling back tears as she tells how medics dealt her the "horrendous" blow that she has pneumonia in both lungs.

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