Did You Know That The First Person To Identify A Coronavirus Was A Woman?

As June continued to do outstanding scientific work in London, she was awarded a master’s degree and a doctorate of science from the University of London in 1970 and 1971. She positively impacted other scientists and virologists, not just with her valuable information in scientific publications but also with her kind demeanor and admirable determination.

June eventually retired in 1985 and moved to a town in England called Bexhill. There, she went from a working scientist to a working yoga instructor and taught several classes in town. However, she did pick things back up in the late 1980s to help produce high-quality photos of HIV.

In 2007, June passed away in Bexhill at 77 and is survived by her daughter and two granddaughters. Without her, the pandemic we just lived through may have looked a lot different, and we should be thankful for her remarkable discoveries.

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