A 40-year-old man in Glasgow, Scotland, died from the coronavirus after telling his wife an evening before that he doesn’t want to fight this anymore. A report in The Sun tells the story of a middle-aged man, with two sons of 13 and 11 years of age, who flew from Dubai to Glasgow to celebrate his 40th birthday with the family. Also Read - Wives of Cops in Punjab Prepare and Distribute 800 Masks and 33,000 Ration Packets

Ryan Storrie had asthma and he got diagnosed with COVID-19 on March 20 after he complained of fever and persistent coughing. He was though not asked to be admitted to the hospital. Later, his wife revealed Ryan himself, too, didn’t want to be hospitalised as he told her that he didn’t want to leave her alone. Instead, he was told to rest at their family’s holiday flat under self-isolation. Ryan’s wife Hilary talked to The Sun and revealed that she had a word with him an evening before and he seemed better than the past few days when he could barely talk. She revealed that Ryan told her he won’t be able to fight the coronavirus and the next morning when she went to check on him, she found him dead in his bed. Also Read - UK's Chief Nurse Makes Emotional Speech Asking People to Stay Inside For Aimee And Areema, Nurses Who Died From Coronavirus



“That was when he turned and said to me ‘I’m done, Hilary, I can’t keep fighting it’. He went to his bed that night and when I went to check on him the following morning – Day 11 – he was gone,” said Hilary. She first performed CPR on her husband before the paramedics arrived but nothing could prove to be of any help. Also Read - Naples' Humanitarian Work of 'Supportive Basket' For Homeless Inspires Twitterati as Italy Struggles to Contain COVID-19

This shook the family who’s now currently under isolation for the next 14 days. Hilary urged people to take the coronavirus seriously and not wait for someone dear to pass away to take the precautionary measures. “It takes someone that you love dying from this for it to hit home, for you to realise how serious it is,” she said.