Novel coronavirus pneumonia dies in Britain

 Novel coronavirus pneumonia dies in Britain

Steven Dickie, deputy head of the British Embassy in Budapest, died after being tested positive for the new coronavirus, the foreign ministry reported on March 25.

Steven Dick, 37, died Tuesday at a hospital in Budapest. He has been in the UK foreign office since 2008, having previously held positions in Kabul and Riyadh.

Stevens parents, Steven and Carol Dick, said in a statement released on the afternoon of the 25th foreign ministry: Steven is a beloved son, grandson and nephew. He is kind, funny and generous. Working in the Ministry of foreign affairs has always been his dream, and he is very happy to work abroad on behalf of his country.

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