Stuck in the Egyptian resort city of Hurghada due to the coronavirus, a Russian woman has died. This is reported by the portal E1 with reference to the brother of the deceased Pavel Korshunov.
41-year-old Yulia Akusheva and her fiancé from Great Britain went to Egypt on December 20, 2020 and intended to return in mid-January, but due to the pandemic, international borders were closed. Thus, the 41-year-old Russian woman and her lover were forced to stay at the resort.
The woman later suffered a stroke. Local doctors diagnosed the Russian woman with a brain tumor and drug-induced cirrhosis of the liver, she soon fell into a coma and died.
Earlier it was reported that one of the first Americans who died as a result of infection with the British strain of the coronavirus was diagnosed correctly only from the sixth time. According to his wife, since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, 35-year-old Alphoncia Jackson Jr. from the US state of Alabama has tried to avoid large crowds and only left home for work. Despite this, in January his health began to deteriorate. The man had difficulty breathing and a fever.