Jeremy Greene was born in Cracow, Poland, 1983.
He's pursued a carrer in cognitive psychology and was working for a national institute when the outbreak started.
As it happened, Jeremy was travelling with his wife - stuck in Chernarus, with little to no information on what was going on around them, the Greenes seeked to flee the country.
Shortly after, Jeremy's wife fell ill. It was the virus.
Jeremy hasn't been allowed inside the absurdly overcrowded Novigrad hospital and the personnel he was trying to get information from were being secretive and visibly scared.
A couple days later the healthy were forcibly relocated out of the city, Jeremy included. Soon after that, it all fell apart.
Confused, scared and angry Jeremy has sought to find his wife, despite having known it was probably too late.
He has started adapting to the devolving, disease-ridden landscape. He's crossed paths with many people and has offered any help he could, utilising his knowledge of psychology and the natural sciences.
There's a nagging deep inside that he can't ignore. A voice saying "this is not how things are supposed to be now. Do not just lay down and accept it. Help in any way you can - rebuild what's been lost."
Sometimes the voice is his wife's.