Fabiana Zupelli suffered from a rare developmental condition called Floating Harbor Syndrome but was considered a “normally healthy” child.
But an investigation has found that she died in less than a week after falling ill and coughing in Cove 19.
One doctor described his case as the worst he had ever seen in a child during the entire epidemic. Manchester Evening News. Reports
The devastation began on June 1 last year, when the young, from. OldhamCame down with a cough.
Her mother, Etohan Iggy, called doctors two days later when she started itching and vomiting.
But, despite being taken to the Royal Oldham Hospital, his breathing deteriorated rapidly.
Before being transported to Manchester Children’s Hospital, she was placed on an oxygen machine and later on a ventilator, where she died on 7 June.
No one else in the family – who moved to the UK from Italy in 2015 – came down with the corona virus.
Data shows that she just did. Only 61 children Who died in the first year of the epidemic after being diagnosed with a positive colic.
Prakash Kamath, a pediatric consultant at Penn Acute Hospital NHS Trust, testified: “We have never seen children with covid complications like Fabiana did.
“We were confident she would turn a corner and get better. I haven’t seen a baby move to intensive care in the last 18 months.
Oldham’s Corpus Christi Roman Catholic Primary School teachers first paid tribute to the boy, whom they described as “an amazing girl.”
A statement said: “Fabiana has enriched both our school and the community as a whole with her passion and love of life. She was everyone’s friend and she did her best.
Assistant Coroner Nicholas Flanagan ruled that Fabiana’s death was due to natural causes.