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Coronavirus: four adolescents died - tragic deaths in Europe


The corona virus has infected thousands of people worldwide. Older people are often affected by an illness. But young people are also at risk.

The corona virus has infected thousands of people worldwide. Older people are often affected by an illness. But young people are also at risk.

  • The corona virus * has the whole world under control
  • Older people in particular are at risk of infection
  • But adolescents can also fall ill and succumb to the consequences
  • The guide to our corona virus reporting. Here you will find the latest news on the crisis in Germany and a map of Germany with the Corona figures.

Paris / London / Brussels - Thousands of people worldwide are infected with the corona virus. The Robert Koch Institute names the largest risk group for developing Covid-19 seriously: people from the age of 50 to 60 years. But nobody is immune from infection. Not even the youngsters. "You are not invulnerable," says WHO chief Tedros Ghebreyesus .

They are isolated cases - and yet they happen. Adolescents were infected with the coronavirus and had to be treated in hospital. There were deaths , including those without previous illnesses . On Monday, March 30, a 13-year-old Brit * died as a result of the infection. He was tested with the typical symptoms * and taken to a hospital. The suspicion was confirmed. A test found positive for Covid-19. His family and the treating King's College Hospital in London shared this with the public.

Coronavirus in Europe: Several adolescents also died as a result of an infection

Ismail died just three days after the test result and with no known medical history. There are also cases in France . As French director of health Jérôme Salomon said, a 16-year-old from Paris succumbed to the consequences of the virus. There is also a death of a young person in Belgium . A girl only 12 years old. "It is a rare incident that affects us all very much," announced the virologist Emmanuel André at a press conference by the health authority in Brussels . A 14-year-old boy also died in Portugal, according to media reports.

It is unclear why the patient died. Even with her it was a normal course of the disease until her condition then deteriorated enormously. It is important to keep in mind that a disease with complications is possible in all people , added another virologist at the press conference.

"Data from many countries clearly show that people under 50 make up a significant proportion of patients requiring hospitalization" - @ DrTedros # COVID19 #coronavirus

- World Health Organization (WHO) (@WHO) March 20, 2020

Coronavirus: Even young infected people can get complications

There are now cases * of young people in many parts of the world who have succumbed to the consequences of Covid-19 disease. Experts from the World Health Organization warn young people about an illness and underestimate it. Its chairman, Ghebreyesus, emphasized that adolescents can also be hospitalized for weeks - or even killed by the virus. On Twitter , he appealed to all young adults to distance themselves. The decision to go anywhere could be a life or death decision - for someone else too.


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List of rubric lists: © dpa / Hendrik Schmidt

Source: merkur

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