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Coronavirus: Texas woman dies from COVID-19 on a flight – Deseret News

Back in July, a woman passed away on a flight due to complications related to COVID-19.



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A Texas woman died on a flight back in July due to complications related to the novel coronavirus, NBC Dallas-Fort Worth reports.

  • Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins said Sunday that the woman, who died on the plane before it left from Arizona to Texas, had difficulty breathing on the flight.
  • She died despite being given oxygen, according to NBC DFW.
  • The woman reportedly had underlying health conditions that created a severe risk of complications from the coronavirus.
  • It became difficult for her to breathe,…

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