First Coronavirus patient death in UK: Boris Johnson says ‘business as usual’

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  • An elderly patient with underlying health conditions has become the first person to die in the UK having been diagnosed with coronavirus, a statement released by Royal Berkshire NHS Trust reveals.

    “The patient has previously been in and out of hospital for non-coronavirus reasons, but on this occasion was admitted and last night tested positive for coronavirus,” a statement from the Trust said.

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