Her daughter Azareth (11 year old) and her mother (70 year old) developed slight symptoms. Her son, also named German, who was 16, had a strong fever. Her husband died on August 7, after more than three weeks of hospitalization and suffered a nine-day coma.
“It all happened very quickly,” says Glenda sadly.
And while Florida was becoming a major focus of “Covid-19” infection in the country, the family was facing another tragedy of the American health system.
In the United States, health insurance is usually linked to the employer, so losing a job, as happened with millions of Americans since the start of the pandemic, often means the absence of medical coverage as well.