California man and 27 relatives catch coronavirus, including dead father

California man and 27 relatives catch coronavirus, including dead father

Richard Garay tested positive for the coronavirus around the same time as his father, Vidal Garay, got sick in early June. Several extended family members are also battling Covid-19.

Spouse and children members who examined optimistic include his mom and dad, a 2-12 months-previous and two other younger small children, two brothers and a pregnant sister-in-legislation, he claimed. "He couldn't eat. We had no appetite", Garay said.

"I don't want my father's death to be in vain", he added. If his story can save a life, it's worth telling his story. "He couldn't even get up to take over-the-counter medication".

"We laughed in the commencing for the reason that we were going via it alongside one another", the son claimed.

"It went from running nose to headache to full-blown fever", Garay said. Her father had a rare form of anemia that was not linked to the virus, and he began to have trouble taking his medication.

"He struggled to even drink his treatment". "I would power myself to try and try to eat spoonfuls of soup and tried to drive my dad to consume it much too".

During their forties together to pass the time, they discussed dying and what they wanted their funeral to do, Garay said. His father used his last bit of energy to sit up and check on him.

California man and 27 relatives catch coronavirus, including dead father
California man and 27 relatives catch coronavirus, including dead father

A couple times into quarantine, the more youthful Garay identified as 911 just after he woke up gasping for air. Those were his father's last words. Individuals ended up his final words and phrases to his father.

The next few days, the father was taken to a hospital in Los Angeles, where he took a turn for the worse and had to be put in a ventilator.

But while Garay eventually recovered, his dad didn't, passing away on June 20, a day before Father's Day.

Garay does not know how the household customers got coronavirus - there was no social gathering and no big collecting.

It's unclear how so many people in the family became infected, but Garay thinks it could have been from a relative who visited in mid-May or from his mother's caretaker, according to CBSLA.

Relatives are recovering and planning the funeral of their father, and he set it up GoFundMe accounts for assistance in connection with various expenses incurred due to illness and on memorial-waiting.


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