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Who Was James Condilios, What Happened To Him? James Condylios, a 23-year-old man who died of Covid-19 after being hospitalized for the disease, is making international headlines on social media.

Following his death, his family and friends issued a public statement urging people all across the world to take the virus seriously. Kondilios was in good health, having had two vaccinations and having no underlying health problems. He died at St Vincent’s Hospital, where he was being treated.

Mr Kondilios was a former Waverley College student who competed in the 2015 World Power Lifting Championships in Helsinki, Finland, and earned two bronze medals.

He also finished an advanced scientific degree at the Australian National University and won a National Science and Innovation award in 2019 for his work on forestry and climate change.

Who Was James Kondilios?

Kondilios was a Canberra-based young scientist and powerlifter. He was born and raised in Sydney, where he attended Waverley College before completing an advanced science degree at the Australian National University in Canberra, where he worked as a data scientist for the Department of Social Services until recently.

He won a bronze medal in the 2015 Power Lifting World Championships in Finland, where he represented Australia.

Mr Kondilios was a former Waverley College student who competed in the 2015 World Power Lifting Championships in Helsinki, Finland, and earned two bronze medals.

He also finished an advanced scientific degree at the Australian National University and won a National Science and Innovation award in 2019 for his work on forestry and climate change.

He had lately worked at the Department of Social Services in Canberra as a data scientist.

In the most recent reporting period, Kondilios was one of six persons who died from COVID. The others, two from Lake Macquarie and three from Western Sydney, were in their 60s, 80s, and 90s.

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