The top pandemic health honcho in the nation shares a scary story about COVID-19 that starts in Kansas City.
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Dr. Fauci was asked whether he knew anyone in his personal life impacted by the coronavirus.
"The answer is yes, but one in particular, my youngest daughter's boyfriend's brother is a 32-year-old," Fauci said, adding the brother died despite being young and healthy.
He said the man died due to complications related to cardiomyopathy with an arrhythmia.
That description seems to reference beloved bartender, Christopher “C-Wash’ Washington, 32, who worked at the Drunken Worm located on W 39th Street before his life was tragically cut short by the pandemic.
And so, the important part of this post isn't the notoriety but the continued COVID-19 risk to young people and the direct local warming from the top ranking White House public health authority.
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