The UK’s longest-known coronavirus patient has died after choosing to withdraw from treatment, his wife has said.
Jason Kelk, 49, had spent more than a year in intensive care at St James’ Hospital in Leeds after contracting coronavirus in March 2020.
He was transferred to a hospice yesterday morning and died surrounded by his family.
Kelk had been using a ventilator since April last year after contracting COVID-19. Pic: Sue Kelk.
His wife Sue Kelk wrote on Facebook on Friday: “It is with a very heavy heart that I have to share the sad news that Jason passed away peacefully at St Gemma’s at 12.40pm.”
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She addesthat her husband was brave because “he didn’t want to live like this anymore”, adding: “He was my soulmate. We were opposite sides of the same coin – different but joined together.”
Last month, Mrs Kelk had said that she feared he had “given up” after his condition worsened and he started suffering “fainting attacks”.
She had earlier been making plans for his return home by launching a crowdfunding appeal to help convert their property.
Mrs Kelk had said she was worried her husband no longer “believes in himself” in his fight for recovery.
Although he had spent several weeks off a ventilator in recent months, he needed to use one again after his condition worsened and he still required kidney dialysis.