New York – A family from the state of New Jersey, in the northeastern United States, has lost four of its members to the pandemic caused by COVID-19 since this Thursday a person letter died, according to local media.
The initial death of 73-year-old Grace Fusco, a resident of Freehold Township, followed that of two of her children: Carmine Fusco, who died last Wednesday morning, and that of her daughter Rita Fusco-Jackson, who died on Last Friday, as reported by the family’s attorney to the NJ media.
This Thursday has also transpired the death of Vicent Fusco, at the CentraState Medical Center in Freehold, cousin of the previous two.
The representative of the Fusco family, Roseann Paradiso Fodera, assured that several members are hospitalized and others in quarantine, including another daughter of the deceased, identified as Elizabeth.
A total of 19 people have undergone analysis in this environment to detect COVID-19.
According to authorities, the deaths are linked to horse trainer John Brennan, who was the first New Jersey state resident to die from COVID-19.
So far 427 coronavirus infections have been detected in New Jersey and with the death of the Fusco family the number of deaths from coronavirus in this state rises to six people.
New Jersey state authorities want to prevent the thousands of people who have compulsively accumulated products in their homes after the state of alarm created by COVID-19 from returning them.
The proposed law includes fines of up to $ 20,000 for the return of products purchased following the declaration of a state of emergency in New Jersey on March 9.
CDC cases of coronavirus in the United States exceed 7,000 infected and are close to 100 deaths, although data from state agencies raise the number of patients to more than 9,000 and the number of deaths to more than 150.