A teenager with no known underlying health conditions has died of the coronavirus . The death of the 17-year-old, whose identity has not been made public, was announced by NHS England today. Other teenage victims of the pandemic so far include Ismail Mohamed Abdulwahab, 13, who died in March 2020 with no known underlying conditions. Ismail died four days after being admitted to King’s College Hospital on March 26 last year. It is understood he died after suffering a cardiac arrest. His family were not able to attend his funeral because they were isolating. A 13-day-old baby, thought to have had no underlying health conditions, was reported to have died with Covid-19 by NHS England in June. The 17-year-old was one of 279 more people who tested positive for Covid-19 and died in hospital in England, bringing the nation’s total number of confirmed reported deaths to 83,529. The deaths reported today were dated between December 3, 2020, and March 1, 2021, with the majority being on or after February 21. The North East and Yorkshire was the worst affected region, with 58 deaths, followed by the North West (57) and the Midlands (54). On a less sobering note, the vaccination… Read full this story
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