A 15-year-old Kentucky girl who beat the odds against cancer last summer, died of Covid-19 this month  CNNView Full coverage on Google News

The 15-year-old Kentucky girl born with Down syndrome, was diagnosed with leukemia in July 2019 and just weeks later, went into remission. She succumbed to COVID-19 on November 15.The 15-year-old Kentucky girl born with Down syndrome, was diagnosed with leukemia in July 2019 and just weeks later, went into remission. She succumbed to COVID-19 on November 15.

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Alexa Rose Veit “had an infectious smile that could brighten any day,” said a member of her county governmentAlexa Rose Veit “had an infectious smile that could brighten any day,” said a member of her county government

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Alexa Rose Veit, 15, from Kentucky, USA, died this month from COVID-19 becoming one of the state's youngest...

On Oct. 26 Alexa was at school and wasn’t feeling well so her mother came to get her and took her to have a routine COVID test due to having a procedure in the coming days.On Oct. 26 Alexa was at school and wasn’t feeling well so her mother came to get her and took her to have a routine COVID test due to having a procedure in the coming days.

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Ballard County, Kentucky teen first school-aged child in the state to lose their life due to COVID-19.Ballard County, Kentucky teen first school-aged child in the state to lose their life due to COVID-19.

Kentucky teen loses life to COVID-19

A 15-year-old cancer survivor who was born with Down syndrome died on Sunday, just weeks after being diagnosed with the novel coronavirus.A 15-year-old cancer survivor who was born with Down syndrome died on Sunday, just weeks after being diagnosed with the novel coronavirus.

"I know individuals that looked up to her, individuals whose kids looked up to her. ... This is a big loss for that community," Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear said."I know individuals that looked up to her, individuals whose kids looked up to her. ... This is a big loss for that community," Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear said.

15-year-old girl who beat cancer last summer died of COVID-19 this month