A bride-to-be whose “healthy” fiancee died aged 37 of Covid-19 has warned people not to be complacent as the virus “doesn’t discriminate”. Lauren Brett said she has been “left to pick up the pieces from my once incredibly happy life” since her partner Luke Dann died on January 21. She described how she had first contracted the virus in December and five days after showing symptoms, Luke started coughing. “I’ll get over it,” he told her. But the 3D modeller, animator and motion graphics artist, started having breathing difficulties soon after and was taken to hospital for treatment. He spent two weeks in intensive care before he died. Lauren told Grimsby Live: “I want to make people aware that Covid doesn’t discriminate. “Luke was 37 years old, no health conditions and it took his life away – robbed me of my soul mate, the love of my life. “I’m now on my own, thankfully with incredible support from my family and friends. “But I’m left to pick up the pieces from my once, incredibly happy life with the man I was meant to grow old with.” Luke, who was born in London, moved to North East Lincolnshire as a teenager… Read full this story
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