A 77 old woman has passed away out of coronavirus in NSW.
It is thought she contracted the illness from a relative who’d returned in the U.S.
The girl was out of Noosaville but visited NSW.
The sufferer is the initial COVID-19-related departure of Queensland.
Three Australians, aged 78 and 95, 82, have expired.
What’s the coronavirus?
Coronaviruses are a group of viruses which can cause a range of symptoms such as a runny nose, cough, sore throat and fever. While some are likely to cause pneumonia, some are light, like the frequent cold.
The most recent breed was found from the Chinese state of Wuhan.
How can you get coronavirus?
China claims that the virus is mutating and could be transmitted via contact.
It is mostly spread via a sick person coughing or coughing on somebody but an individual could also become infected through contact with the virus contamination onto a face, NSW Health warns.
Which are coronavirus symptoms?
Symptoms include cough, fever and difficulty breathing. The majority of those are people with health issues and elderly individuals.
How harmful is your coronavirus?
Controversy has been caused by the virus as it’s still too early to understand how harmful it is and how easily it spreads between individuals.