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A TEEN fighter Cameron Wellington died of Covid-19 just a day after telling his mother that he felt “fine.” Cameron Wellington, of Walsall in the West Midlands, contracted the virus last Tuesday.
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The 19-year-old tested positive for the virus after his father Norman found out, too, Birmingham Live reported.
He told his mother Jane that he was fine on Wednesday, but died 24 hours later.
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His mother said Cameron was “fit and healthy” before his diagnosis.
He coughed at first, but when his condition rapidly deteriorated on Thursday, he was taken to hospital.
When he arrived at Walsall Manor Hospital, doctors discovered that his oxygen levels had dropped and that his breathing had slowed.
After Jane left her son, she, a mother of six, was called by a hospital worker and said Cameron “wasn’t waiting an hour.”
Surgeons operated on her lungs before being transferred to Glenfield Hospital in Leicester for specialized treatment.
Surgery on the teenager’s heart began Thursday, but he died shortly after, just two days after testing positive.
His parents said Cameron was a skilled fighter and a talented actor with a “dazzling career” ahead of him.
He asked others to “take the virus seriously.”
Jane said: “The whole situation was a huge shock to us. Cam was overweight but fit and healthy.
“At first, Cam coughed, but her condition quickly worsened. Cam was convinced it was okay, but I noticed: the paint was peeling.
“As a family, we are totally devastated and yet so proud of him. He fought a massive battle.
Jane said her son was in talks to travel to Japan to address the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic.
Papa Norman said: “He was a cheerful, bright and cheerful person. Everyone warmed up to him.
“I just want him to come back.”
Devastated friends paid tribute to Cameron on social media.
His friend Matt Powell wrote on Facebook: “I am completely deaf, but I have to pay tribute to a warrior. RIP to my friend Cam Wellington.
“Cam was a smart, loyal and wonderful young man who said what he saw and how he felt. He was one of those guys who partied during the fight, coming back at a better time.
“He was a great fighter.”
Mama Jane wrote: “He was a special boy and we will always miss him.
“Please don’t remember it sadly. Remember it with a smile and a cheeky grin.”