A 21-year-old woman in the UK who had no apparent underlying health conditions has died after testing positive for coronavirus.
Chloe Middleton was from High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. Her family is devastated and confirmed the news of her death on Facebook.
Chloe Middleton is thought to be the youngest Briton who has died during the pandemic.
Chloe’s aunt Emily Mistry wrote a loving tribute on Facebook too.
The message they are trying to convey is simple:
"The reality of this virus is only just unfolding before our very eyes. Please, please adhere to government guidelines. DO YOUR BIT. Protect yourselves and protect others!! The virus isn’t spreading, PEOPLE are spreading the virus.
Chloe's sister also paid tribute writing a moving post:
"My kids couldn't have had a more loving crazy nutcase for a auntie and we wouldn't have had it any other way. She adored them and they certainly adored her back.
"She went above and beyond for me and was my best friend even though she had a habit of pinching my clothes, so many great memories that I'm so so so grateful we got to make and share and that will never be forgotten."
"Please don't take this virus lightly because you never know what's around the corner."
In the UK deaths jumped by 87 over 24 hours and the coronavirus death poll hit 422. The number of cases across the UK climbed by 1,427 from 6,650 - hitting 8,077 in just 24 hours.
19 inmates tested positive for COVID-19 and so did Prince Charles.
The UK also set up the NHS Nightingale Hospital which will be run by army medics and has space for two morgues and 4,000 beds.
"To be fair, I didn't take this virus very seriously until I saw this this morning," says Alex Woodside in the video which shows the hospital. "There will be two morgues here. If you're not taking it seriously like I wasn't you really need to start. Because they're preparing for a high death toll here."