A British woman set herself on fire for fear of infection with the Corona virus as a result of the psychological pressure she experienced during the closing period and hearing a lot of news about the spread of the Corona virus epidemic, which represented a state of psychological pressure on her and decided to get rid of her fears by setting fire to herself.
According to a British daily newspaper report, Zozana Marlin was living in her home in Moulton near Spalding, Lincolnshire with her 24-year-old husband, Richard Teal, and had suffered mental health problems for 10 years, but doctors found no evidence of psychosis when it was done. Detection during the imposed closure period as a result of the outbreak of the Corona virus.
On the day that emergency services including the police and fire services were called to the house, at that time, the police said that two people were taken to hospital after a fire, and investigations revealed that the fire started by Susanna, who set it on fire after she became increasingly worried about the epidemic. The pathologist described the condition as "tragic" and she was transferred to a specialist unit at Bromsfield Hospital in Essex after suffering burns of 83% of her body, but she died two days later.
At the hearing, a statement from her husband was read by the pathologist who confirmed that his wife started "reading the news more than once" during the shutdown to the point that she became "excessive".
He added that she had come to believe that the epidemic was a hoax, and she was crying, saying she did not want to die.
She also always said: "I am stupid to believe that" and her condition worsened until she started taking many psychiatric medications and was shown to psychiatrists, but they confirmed that she did not have a psychosis, until the day came when the husband was surprised with fire burning in his wife's body while she was in the garden of the house, and was She was taken to hospital and died two days later.
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