An Australian woman who spent months on the run after being diagnosed with a rare and life-threatening condition has been found dead at a hotel.
Key points:Police are investigating the death of a 31-year-old woman who was in a hotel in Perth for more than a weekShe was in Perth’s luxury St James’s Park hotel, according to her familyAn inquest has been opened into her death and coronavirus outbreak in Western AustraliaThe Coronavirus epidemic in Australia has claimed at least 6,000 lives since November, with more than 3,000 people contracting the disease.
Ms Mabber, who was staying at the St James St James Hotel on November 11, had travelled to Australia from Sydney to try to stop the coronaviolosis epidemic.
Ms Mackay said she had been treated for the virus and was on the “cooling down” for a few days, when she began to feel ill.
“I’m in a really bad place,” she said.
“It’s been a long time since I’ve been in the hospital.”
Ms Mackary said she did not know how long she had spent in hospital.
“What I’m going to say is that I’m not going to go into details about how I’ve got the virus, and how I contracted it, and I’ve only been in hospital for about three weeks,” she told 7.30.
“So, I don’t know how to answer your question.”
Ms Maber said she was in hospital on November 14, when the virus arrived in Australia.
“When I was in the ICU, I had a very low temperature,” she recounted.
“The temperature was around zero.
The only thing I knew was that I was on cooling down.”
She was diagnosed with the coronovirus and began experiencing symptoms on November 16, but doctors refused to give her an antibiotic because of concerns about her health.
“We didn’t know that the virus was here and we didn’t have a good understanding of how to treat it, so we just put her on the cold-shock diet, and she had a cold, and the cold was killing her,” she added.
“Then, on November 20, we were told that she was going to die and we weren’t going to do anything.
We just didn’t want to go in and do anything.”
Ms McKay said she and Ms Mackary had been discussing her situation with a doctor for more then a week, but they never received a response.
“They didn’t do anything, they didn’t even give us a chance to say anything to them, or say anything about what we were going through, because they said that we had a bad case of coronavitis, and we had to get the cold shock diet,” she explained.
“That’s why we were at the hotel for three weeks, and then we just got a call the next day.”
She said she tried to contact the hotel, but was not heard from again.
Ms McKay has contacted police, but has not been given a contact number for her husband.
She said the hotel was closed the following day, but she and her husband were able to get to the other side of the city.
“All of a sudden, it was like, this is crazy,” she recalled.
“My husband is like, ‘Oh, my god, my God, I’m just so glad that we’re not in a hospital anymore, we’re in a place that’s not going anywhere.'”‘
I’m not a coward’: A man who contracted the virus in AustraliaA coronavivirus coronaviruses can cause death if the virus enters the bloodstream.
The virus is spread through contact with the mouth, nose or eyes.
The majority of people are healthy and can recover without any symptoms, but those with weakened immune systems or other complications may need to be treated for their symptoms.
Coronaviolitis is a disease caused by the coronavia bacterium.
It is a bacterial infection of the membranes of the throat and airways, and can cause a range of symptoms including cough, fever and sore throat.
People can be contagious for months after they are infected, with people infected for more that a year often suffering from severe complications.
In the past, coronavillosis was believed to be spread by close contact between two people who had been exposed to the virus.
But this was not the case until more recently.
Dr David Glynn, a senior lecturer in infectious diseases at Sydney University’s School of Medicine, said there were many reasons why a person could spread the virus from person to person.
“People who were previously exposed to it or were in contact with someone who had recently developed the disease can still spread the infection by sharing contaminated surfaces or water, for example,” he said.
He said coronavid cases are higher in cities, with many people living in more isolated communities and in more rural areas