A Texas woman in her 30s died of COVID-19 earlier this year while waiting for her plane to take off
- A woman in her 30s died of COVID-19 while on a commercial flight from Arizona to Texas, Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins announced on Sunday.
- According to NBC Dallas-Fort Worth, the woman, from Garland, Texas, died on July 25 while the plane was parked outside the airport in Arizona.
- Prior to her death, the woman had difficulty breathing and was given supplemental oxygen before the flight had taken off, according to the report.
A woman from Garland, Texas, died of COVID-19 in July while waiting for a commercial flight in Arizona to take off, Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins announced on Sunday.
According to a report from NBC Dallas Fort-Worth, the woman, who has not been publicly identified, had difficulty breathing and was given supplemental oxygen while on the tarmac in Arizona, where she died before the flight took off, according to the report.As BuzzFeed News noted in its report Monday, it's not clear whether the woman was aware that she had been infected by the
Jenkins told WFAA, the local ABC affiliate, that officials in Dallas county hadn't been made aware of the woman's death until August, and it only recently had been informed that the woman's death was the result of COVID-19.According to data analyzed by Johns Hopkins University, there have been more than 850,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Texas, which have resulted in 17,465 deaths in the state.
The airline industry has been particularly hit hard during the ongoing pandemic, as air
- Here’s a tiny washing machine that cleans your TWS earbuds in two minutes
- 106-year-old woman in Madhya Pradesh gets her first COVID-19 vaccine
- Facebook's ad delivery system shows gender bias, says new study
- Check out the top 10 batsmen with the highest strike rate in all IPL matches
- Petrol pumps closed in Rajasthan as dealers demand rollback of VAT on fuel