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Deborah Gatewood died as a result of pneumonia last week after reportedly being refused coronavirus testing on four separate occasions by the hospital she worked at for 31 years. According to Fox 2 Detroit, the 63 -year-old phlebotomist first went to Beaumont Hospital, Farmington Hills on March 18 and requested a coronavirus exam, but was sent home.
She inspected research hospitals three more hours as her precondition worsened but was reportedly denied testing each time. She died at Sinai-Grace Hospital on April 20. Her daughter, Kaila Corrothers, told Fox 2 Detroit: “The fact that she got infected by do the job she did for 31 times and she couldn’t get taken care of by her “families “, necessitating Beaumont, it’s sad. It is disheartening to say the least.” Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories
A 63 -year-old healthcare worker was reportedly denied coronavirus testing four times from the hospital where “shes working” before she died, despite exhibiting worsening symptoms related to the virus.
Deborah Gatewood squander 31 years working at Beaumont Hospital, Farmington Hills, in Detroit, as a phlebotomist.See the rest of the narrative at Business Insider
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