Alberta Health confirms that the youngest victim of COVID 19th pandemic is a woman in her 20s from Edmonton zone.
Alberta Health could not give her a reply to age.
According to data from the Public Health Agency of Canada, Alberta woman in her 20s was the death of the youngest of COVID-19 in the country at this point in the crisis.
On Sunday morning, three people between the ages of 20 and 39 died.
Besides women, men Alberta 34 years died of the virus, such as having people in Quebec between the ages of 30 and 39, according to data from PHAC, making them the youngest victim of COVID-19.
Dr. Deena Hinshaw, chief medical officer of health province, confirmed the death of the young woman on Friday, adding it was “not clear at this time if he has an underlying health condition.”
Hinshaw said he had heard some people in Alberta shows that young people do not have to be as concerned with a new coronavirus as much as others, but said young people are also sick. Everyone needs to take a serious health crisis as pandemic still has so much known for that, he said.
I have heard questions about whether we should let spread happen in young & healthy groups to increase our population’s immunity.
We don’t know who will have a severe case of #COVID19AB – some who are young and healthy will have severe illness and even die. (1/2)
— Dr. Deena Hinshaw (@CMOH_Alberta) April 5, 2020
“Some people who are young and healthy are going to have a severe illness and even death, so until we have more information about who may be at greatest risk and more evidence of care, the best way to prevent severe illness is for us all to perform physical distancing, homes whenever possible, to avoid activities that are important, “he said.
“The world is learning more every day about COVID-19.”
Until Sunday, April 5th COVID Alberta has 1,250 confirmed 19 cases and 23 deaths, according to Alberta Health.
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