The latest deaths from coronavirus were people aged between 47 and 96 years old who had underlying health conditions.
So far Scotland has reported six deaths, Wales reported two and as of yesterday, Northern Ireland recorded its first death from coronavirus.
The government released a full list of what experts deem to be the riskiest health complications with coronavirus.
Chief medical adviser Professor Chris Whitty said the group of people who should take “particular care to minimise their social contact” were people over the age of 70, other adults who would normally be advised to have the flu vaccine and pregnant women.
Leading health experts strongly warn the younger generation not to be complacent during these troubling times and for anyone thinking they are not at any risk is delusional.
Now scientists are declaring a new group of those most at risk and these include smokers, with vapers in just as much risk.
Published at Thu, 19 Mar 2020 17:13:00 +0000