Newborn baby dies from COVID-19 related complications in CT, governor says

Newborn baby dies from COVID-19 related complications in CT, governor says

Newborn baby dies from COVID-19 related complications in CT, governor says

Ned Lamont on Wednesday said that a 6-week-old baby died from complications related to COVID-19, making the child one of the youngest to succumb to the disease.

The media reported that the baby girl was unconscious before arriving at a hospital and subsequently died.

"It's with heartbreaking sadness today that we can confirm the first paediatric fatality in CT linked to #COVID19".

Lamont reported another 429 postive tests for COVID-19 since Tuesday. The death of this baby due to complications arising from COVID-19 is a grim proof of that warning.

"That baby was less than 7 weeks old, and just a reminder that nobody is safe with this virus", Lamont said at a news conference after touring a temporary hospital set up at Southern Connecticut State University.

People in Australia must stay at least 1.5 metres away from others and gatherings are limited to two people unless you are with your family or household.

"Your life and the lives of others could literally depend on it". She was later confirmed to be infected with the coronavirus.

Ned Lamont, the Governor of CT, said on Wednesday (April 1) that the baby could not be revived.

Probably the youngest person ever to die of COVID here in CT.

The CDC, however, still lists people who are 65 and over, as well as people already suffering from bad health conditions, as the most at risk of death from the coronavirus. A 17-year-old is among the dead in Los Angeles, California. The vast majority of the 85 deaths in the state have been individuals over the age of 70. "Our prayers are with the family at this hard time", Lamont said.

While Covid-19 deaths among the young have been far rarer than among the elderly and those with co-morbidities, another child died in Belgium around the same time as Mr Abdulwahab in the UK.

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