Four Michigan Kroger workers die after falling ill with COVID-19… 33-year-old Miami-Dade nurse dies suddenly after showing intensifying symptoms

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The employees worked in four separate stores in Northville, Troy, Grosse Pointe and Livonia, the company said.

“We are deeply saddened to learn of the passing of four Kroger family members,” a Kroger spokeswoman said. “We are mourning along with their families during this extraordinarily difficult time.”

Kroger is the nation’s largest supermarket chain. Besides Kroger stores, the grocer operates several regional supermarket chains in 35 states, including Fred Meyer, Harris Teeter, Ralphs, Mariano’s, Fry’s, Smith’s, King Soopers, QFC and others. The company employs 460,000 workers nationwide and operates nearly 2,800 stores.

Michigan has been one of the harder-hit states by the coronavirus so far with nearly 25,000 confirmed cases as of Monday, compared to 6,500 in Ohio, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


HIALEAH, Fla. – The healthcare community is mourning the death of another one of its heroes.

Nurse Danielle DiCenso worked her last shift at Palmetto General Hospital in Hialeah just over two weeks ago.

Her husband, David DiCenso, told Local 10 News that she was tested for COVID-19 last month following growing concerns over exposure, but her results were inconclusive.

“She always puts people first before her,” he said. “She showed up for work one day and they didn’t have a mask for her.”

He explained that her symptoms slowly got worse, including coughing and fevers, but she put off going to the hospital.


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