A woman who said she 'knew it would be game over for her' if she caught coronavirus wrote a list of 'goodbye calls' to make before being put onto a ventilator.
Justine Laymond, a double lung transplant patient, died aged just 48 on December 7, the Mirror reports. She said she if knew that if she contracted the virus, that 'it would kill her'.
Justine, who had her life-saving lung transplant 15 years ago, spoke to the Mirror in April last year as the pandemic began and the country was put into lockdown. READ MORE: No more restrictions before Christmas Day, says Prime Minister She said she had written a list of 'goodbye calls' to make to her family and close friends as she knew going into hospital would mean she was unlikely to come home.Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk