Too Long Playing Games During Lockdown, British Men Died Due to Venous Thrombosis

Two weeks before Louis’s death, Stanley had actually been told that his son was not feeling well. He even lost his balance and fainted.

Stanley briefly called the emergency number. They said that the condition might have been caused by food poisoning.

But his condition continued to deteriorate and Louis began to complain about his aching legs. June 3, he was declared dead.

Stanley said Louis had been laid off from his job as a football coach at the Hertfordshire Parcs Center since mid-March due to a pandemic. Since then, he has spent time playing games online.

“Time passes when it is spent on the screen. I have done it myself many times. However, no one, no one can predict blood clots. And so, it made my son die,” Stanley was quoted as saying. Mirror.


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