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Schoolboy, 14, With No Underlying Health Conditions Dies From Coronavirus

Dr. Anthony Fauci on Sunday morning estimated the US could see between 100,000 and 200,000 deaths.

‘We’re going to have millions of cases,’ he said, adding that he did not want to be held to that number because the pandemic is ‘such a moving target’.

As of Sunday morning, there were more than 123,000 positive cases, and more than 2,100 deaths in the US.

New York City remains the epicenter of the nation’s outbreak, with 30,765 cases and 672 deaths.

But very sad news came from Europe.


The Portuguese health minister says a 14-year-old boy with COVID-19 has died.

The Daily Mail reported that the teenager suffered from psoriasis, but had no major underlying health conditions
He lived in Ovar, south of Porto, with his family, and died in the early hours of today.

Medics are said to have decided against transferring him to a hospital with a pediatric A&E unit because of the severity of his condition.

He has been confirmed as Portugal’s youngest person to die from Covid-19 so far.

Portugal reported Sunday it has 119 total deaths from the virus and 38,042 infections.

This news comes after a healthy 16-year-old girl Julie Alliot died at a Paris hospital this week.

She had no underlying health conditions and was pronounced dead a week after developing ‘a slight cough’.

Sad day, RIP boy!

Natalie D.

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