Remembering Some of the Victims of COVID-19 | NowThis

From a New York fire marshal who served at Ground Zero after 9/11 to a renowned Italian architect, these are some of the people who have died after being infected by COVID-19.
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In US news and current events today, here are some of those lost to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Francisco Garcia, 21. The Spanish soccer coach was also battling leukemia.

John Knox, 84. He was a fire marshal in New York, and founded the FDNY union. Although Knox was retired on September 11, 2001, he rushed to Ground Zero anyway that day to assist first responders at the Towers.

Vittorio Gregotti, 92. The renowned Italian architect designed many public works of art including Barcelona’s Olympic Stadium.

Grace Fusco, 73, Rita Fusco- Jackson, 55, Carmine Fusco, Vincent Fusco: 2 generations of the same New Jersey family.

Larry Edgeworth, 61. He worked in production for NBC News for more than 25 years.

Dr. Steven Schwartz. He was a professor at the University of Washington.

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