Woman aged 30 to 19 died in flight from COVID-19

Dallas County officials announced Sunday that a woman in her 30s died in a COVID-19 airplane. She was on a flight from Arizona to Texas in July when she died, CBS DFW reports.

According to CBS DFW, the woman had high-risk health conditions and officials believed she was ill in flight. Now, his death is being classified as a coronovirus death for Dallas County.

County judge Clay Jenkins said in an interview with NBC DFW, “It became difficult for him to breathe and they tried to give him oxygen. It was not successful and he died on the jetway.”

Several new coronavirus viruses reported Sunday for Dallas County were from previous months. According to a Dallas County judge’s press release, out of 554 new cases that day, 390 cases were reported through state health services, one from June, five from July, August 26, and six from September. Was. .

CBS News has reached out to Judge Jenkins’ office for more information.

Dallas County has seen more than 90,000 COVID-19 cases and more than 1,100 deaths due to the virus.


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