A 30-year-old woman, infected with the Coronavirus, died while on a plane about to take off from an Arizona airport towards Texas, last July.
The Dallas state government official, Lauren Trimble, told BuzzFeed News that the young woman, who lives in Galland, Texas, died while the plane was still on the tarmac in Arizona.
The state government officials neglected to mention the name of the airline that owns the plane, noting that it is not known if the young woman was aware of her infection with the virus or not.
Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins said in televised statements that the woman suffered from difficulty breathing, so an oxygen device was installed on her nose before she breathed her last, but officials explained in a press release last Sunday that the young woman was suffering from very serious health conditions.
Although the young woman died on the twenty-fifth of last July, it was not revealed that the cause of death was infection with the Coronavirus, until a few days ago, as confirmed by Judge Jenkins, who said, adding: The death of the young woman alerted us to the risks Corona is not related to a specific age group.
While the death rates from infection with the Coronavirus among the elderly were the highest at the beginning of the epidemic, according to a recent study by the Centers for Disease Control, people between the ages of 20 and 29 are not immune to danger.
And a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the summer found that one out of five people between the ages of 18 and 34 who tested positive for the Coronavirus did not recover after a few weeks had passed since their infection.
The United States is witnessing a “third wave” of the Coronavirus, with the approach of the American elections, and the “Texas Tribune” newspaper reported that the state of Texas is witnessing an increase in the number of Corona patients in hospitals, as officials warn of a new wave that is more severe than the previous one.