April 14, 2021
Health News

Covid-19’s ‘Patient Zero’: What Life Is Like for the New York Lawyer – The Wall Street Journal

NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y.A year ago, a father of four from this New York City suburb deteriorated in days from having a mild cough to feeling like he was drowning.
He was one of New Yorks first coronavirus cases. Soon Gov. Andrew Cuomo imposed a containment zone on his town to curb its spread and called him Patient Zero. There was an outpouring of support for the mans family as he lay in a medically induced coma, as well as a few jabs from people who blamed him for an outbreak.
Now Lawrence Garbuz says…

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