Woman Dies Of Coronavirus On Commercial Flight

A woman has tragically died from coronavirus on board a commercial flight.

The woman, who was only in her 30s, was identified simply as a resident of Garland, Texas.

Officials said on Sunday that the woman as the plane she was on was about to take off from Arizona to Texas.

It remains unknown if the woman was aware if she had COVID-19 or not, and officials would not identify which airline the plane belonged to.

Before the woman passed away she had trouble breathing and was given oxygen, Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins told NBC 5 Dallas–Fort Worth.

It has been reported that she had underlying health problems which made her high risk.

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Jenkins added that the young woman’s death was a ‘reminder that there is no age restriction in COVID’.

He continued:

I would strongly encourage people to not think they’re invincible from COVID because they don’t think they’re in a high-risk category.

Heartbreaking news.

Rest in peace.

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