The family of a mother-of-five who died with Covid-19 has shared her final Facebook posts voicing her fear that ‘she might not make it’. Karen Hobbs, 40, suffered a cardiac arrest and died on January 19 in an induced coma, weeks after testing positive for coronavirus. Known as a ‘beautiful’ and loving mother, Ms Hobbs, a former EasyJet air stewardess, fell ill with the virus before Christmas and was taken to hospital on December 27. The emotional posts have been shared on the same day Boris Johnson said he was ‘deeply sorry’ as the UK’s Covid-19 death toll officially rose above 100,000. The Department of Health today announced the deaths of 1,631 more people, bringing the total up to 100,162, while there were 20,089 more infections announced. Despite previously being ‘fit and healthy’, the Cardiff mother’s condition quickly deteriorated and the decision was made to put her into an induced coma. Karen Hobbs, left, pictured with her brother Chris, centre, and sister Rachel, right, passed away on January 19. She was admitted to hospital in Cardiff with Covid-19 on December 27 and was placed into a coma on January 2 As someone who rarely left the house during the pandemic, it is… Read full this story
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