15-Year-Old Girl With Down’s Syndrome Dies From Coronavirus a Year After Beating Cancer

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This week, a truly heartbreaking story has come out of the pandemic. A fifteen-year-old girl with Down’s syndrome has passed away just one year after beating cancer.

Life truly isn’t fair…

Since December 2019, a deadly outbreak of the coronavirus – or COVID-19, as it is scientifically referred to as – has brought the world to a total standstill.

Ultimately forcing millions of people to quarantine at home.

And our once-bustling streets were left deserted.

The virus has spread across the globe like wildfire and there’s been a huge amount of deaths.

And one truly tragic story has come out from the pandemic this week.

After she had already endured so much.

But heartbreakingly so, she died of coronavirus last week.

And the internet is mourning this needless loss of young life.













But she was in remission in just a matter of weeks. However, in October of this year, Alexa and her mother started to feel unwell.

But she was soon hospitalized aftr testing positive for both COVID-19 and pneumonia.

“She was a freshman at Ballard Memorial High School, a member of the choir, an active member of her church youth group and (thoroughly) enjoyed time with her family and friends,” her obituary reads. Rest in Peace, Alexa.