A gift for the true fan: A photo of the statue at the centre of the debate over the coronavirus, which caused the death of more than 5000 people, was unveiled today.
The image, which depicts an image of Dr William Campbell, the first president of the Commonwealth, with his cane, was taken by Australian photographer, Nick Deans, who has been working on the campaign to prevent the coronas coronaviruses.
“He’s a great symbol of the coronassids, because he’s the first to be infected and it’s all the coronava virus.
He’s the one who got infected,” Mr Deans said.”
When he was dying in the hospital, he was still wearing his white coat and he had the cane in his hands.”
Mr Deans has been documenting coronaviral deaths for many years, and has worked on the campaigns against coronaviremia and pandemic flu for several years.
“The first image was taken at a funeral and that was when we first realised there was a problem,” he said.
Dr Campbell, who was known as the Father of the State, was infected with the coronovirus in 1918.
The man, who died in 1937, had developed a rare form of cancer.
He was one of the first Australians to die from the coronapid virus, which spread quickly through Europe in the 1920s.
It was believed he contracted the disease after he and his wife took a trip to China.
He later became a member of the Australian Medical Association (AMA), the country’s largest medical body.
The first coronavid pandemic in the United States, which began in 1918, had killed more than 500,000 people by the time the outbreak in Australia was brought under control.
The coronavids were declared eradicated in Australia in 1987.