A British woman who died after contracting coronavirus in Bali has been pictured.
Kimberley Finlayson, 52, was the co-founder of dentistry publishing and communications company FMC.
Her husband, Ken, tested negative for the disease and has been quarantined in hospital since March 8.
However their four children were not on holiday at the time, reports Mirror Online.
A spokesperson for FMC said: "Kimberley Finlayson, one of the co-founders of FMC, has passed away following a short illness.
"A driving force behind the scenes of the company, Kimberley’s career was defined by a commitment to excellence that helped make FMC the UK’s biggest independent dental publisher.
"She approached the world with an infectious passion, creativity and determination that will forever be written into the fabric of the business.
"She leaves behind an organisation committed to honouring her memory."
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