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First LAFD Firefighter to Die from Complications of Coronavirus COVID-19: Saturday July 25 2020

189 The first Los Angeles city firefighter to die from Coronavirus COVID-19 complications is a 44 year-old firefighter, Jose M. Perez, who had been with LAFD for more than 16 years. Firefighter/paramedic Jose M. Perez, 44, was a member of the Los Angeles Fire Department for more than 16 years when he passed away from […]

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Former Arlington Heights Resident/Cook County Jail Inmate Awaiting Trial Dies at Stroger Hospital with Advanced Cancer, Coronavirus Symptoms and Positive COVID-19 Test

1,122 An Arlington Heights male jail inmate with advanced cancer, who was awaiting trial for his second bar fight, died Tuesday May 5, 2020 after being admitted to Stroger Hospital with COVID-19 symptoms in April 2020. William Sobczyk, 53, who formerly lived in the block of 0-99 North Belmont Avenue near Recreation Park was being […]

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Store Manager of the Elgin Butera at Tyler Creek Plaza Dies of Coronavirus COVID-19, Day After Wife with Coronavirus Leaves ICU at Same Hospital

5,222 Emilio Cuahquentzi, 50, the manager of a Butera grocery store at Tyler Creek Plaza in Elgin, died Thursday, April 30, 2020. Emilio Cuahquentzi, of Rockford was in good health until he started feeling sick in early April 2020. He tested positive for Coronavirus COVID-19 on April 13, 2020, and was admitted to the hospital […]

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District 214 Announces Death of High School Student Likely from Coronavirus COVID-19 Complications, and Another Student in ICU Due to COVID-19

29,303 A student death (likely due to Coronavirus COVID-19) was announced on Saturday, April 18, 2020 in the ninth paragraph of an eleven-paragraph email to District 214 parents. The letter began with information about cancellation of the school year, graduation considerations, and a project that brings donated masks, gloves and gowns to nurses and maintenance […]

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Second Chicago Police Officer Dies from Coronavirus COVID-19 — Detective from Area Central Bureau of Detectives

1,215 The Chicago Police Department on Friday, April 10, 2020 announced that a second Chicago police officer died from Coronavirus COVID-19. The police officer was a sergeant in the Area Central Detective Division. His identity was not initially released. The news was released one day after the private burial service for Officer Marco Di Franco, […]

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ABC News: Expert Says Illness Severity Is Virus Dose-Dependent as Doctors, Nurses Are Contracting Coronavirus at Alarming Rate

4,655 At least 140 employees at one hospital alone, Brigham and Women’s in Boston, tested positive for coronavirus as workers around the country work tirelessly to help COVID-19 patients. Dr. Joshua D. Raninowitz, M.D., Ph.D told ABC News, “When you get exposed to the virus, your immune system immediately starts mounting a response. At the […]

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Chicago Police Narcotics Detective — a 21 Year Veteran — Dies from Complications of Coronavirus COVID-19

1,626 Mayor Lori Lightfoot, Interim Chicago Police Supt. Charlie Beck, and Chicago Fraternal Order of Police president Kevin Graham announce the death of Chicago Police Officer Marco DiFranco, who succumbed to COVID-19. The Chicago Police Department announced Thursday morning April 2, 2020 that a Chicago police officer died of complications from COVID-19. Mayor Lori Lightfoot […]

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Singer Songwriter Adam Schlesinger, 52, Co-Founder of Fountains of Wayne (“Stacy’s Mom”) Dies of Coronavirus COVID-19 After 2 Weeks on Ventilator

584 Official video of Fountains of Wayne performing Stacy’s Mom from the album Welcome Interstate Managers. Adam Schlesinger, the co-founder and singer connected to pop-rock band Fountains of Wayne and the Oscar-nominated songwriter (e.g., Stacy’s Mom), has died on Wednesday, April 1, 2020 from complications related to Coronavirus COVID-19 Disease. Schlesinger was 52, and had […]

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Northwest Community Hospital Announces First Death of Patient Confirmed to Have Coronavirus Disease on Friday, March 27, 2020

2,137 Northwest Community Healthcare (NCH) announced Friday morning March 27, 2020 the death of a patient, who was confirmed to have coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). The patient, who had severe underlying health conditions, was admitted to the hospital with COVID-19 on March 23, 2020, and passed away on March 27, 2020. The hospital stated that […]

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Aurora Illinois Reports First Coronavirus Fatality — Man in His 90s

777 CARDINAL NEWS Chicagoland Headlines, News Highlights for Wednesday, March 25 2020 Latest videos from CBSChicago. Aurora Illinois confirms first Coronavirus death March 2020 [Google] [Bing] The City of Aurora has confirmed, via information from the Kane County Health Department, the first death due to the COVID-19 coronavirus. A male patient in his 90s was […]

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