‘Fit and healthy M&S Bank worker, 47, dies alone in coronavirus isolation after opting to live apart from girlfriend, 46, when he got a tickle in throat then refusing help because doctors were ‘busy with other people’

A ‘fit and healthy’ banker from Wales has died at his home while in self-isolation with coronavirus symptoms – after refusing to call an ambulance because they would be ‘too busy dealing with other people’. Tim Galley, who is understood to have had no underlying health conditions, had to remain separated from his girlfriend Donna Cuthbert after he became unwell last Sunday. His illness began with a small tickle in his throat which he developed after going on a stag do on Saturday. Britain has now seen more than 9,500 confirmed cases of coronavirus, with 465 dead.   Mr Galley, 47, decided not to go into work on Monday and started to develop a fever, heartbroken Ms Cuthbert, 46, told North Wales Live. She had been unable to see him because he decided to remain on his own, but Ms Cuthbert said messages from him grew less frequent. Tim Galley, from Wrexham, who died in self-isolation after developing coronavirus symptoms, pictured with his partner Donna Cuthbert Britain has now seen more than 9,500 confirmed cases of coronavirus, with 465 dead Mr Galley’s body had to be taken away from his Wrexham flat by paramedics in protective clothing on Tuesday. Ms Cuthbert… Read full this story

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