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Jane Appleby, explained in a video message that people organise these events to check whether or not the pandemic is real. "He didn't really believe".

The patient, who was unnamed, reportedly became severely ill after the party.

"Just before the patient died, they looked at their nurse and said 'I think I made a mistake, I thought this was a hoax, but it's not, '" Appleby said.

The infectious disease, which has killed half a million people and infected nearly 13 million. has also sparked numerous rumours and conspiracy theories, the most famous of which is that the disease is a hoax and safety measures introduced by authorities to curb the spread of the disease is a way for governments to control the world's population.

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Appleby said she made a decision to publicize the case because she is concerned that many people in Texas aren't taking the threat of the virus seriously.

This incident in Bexar County near San Antonio is just one of an ongoing spike of cases, and Appleby chose to speak out to attempt to convince people - particularly younger people - that they are not invincible.

Appleby called it a 'concerning increase'.

'Given that the disease has only been around for a matter of months, we might not yet know what long-term damage COVID-19 can cause, ' said paper author and neurologist Ross Paterson, also of the University College London.

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Appleby directed her comments at the younger adult demographic in particular, noting that some of these patients have no idea how sick they actually are.

She said that she has been seeing more coronavirus cases in people in their 20s and 30s recently.

Dr Rao said the relative took the body in an auto rickshaw with the help of a person who also works in our Hospital's morgue without waiting for an ambulance. Wear your mask, ' Appleby said. Nine of those 12 patients were diagnosed with acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADEM), a rare kind of inflammation that usually attacks nerves in children's brains and spinal cords after an infection like mumps or measles.

Such cases were reported from countries like China, Italy and the U.S. and it was found that around 1,000 patients with COVID-19-associated brain, spinal cord and nerve diseases.

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