Four members of the same Texas family test positive for coronovirus after the party – one of them dying and the other on life support
- On 13 June a family members signed Kovid-19
- Tony Green and his father-in-law Seja were both hospitalized on June 24
- Seja’s health deteriorated after contraction of life-threatening Pneumonia
- Seja’s mother contracted Kovid-19 and died in hospital on 2 July
A conservative is urging others to take the coronovirus-denier virus seriously because 14 of his family members were infected and one died when he threw a party to celebrate the grandson’s birth.
Dallas and his partner Tony Green threw the party on June 13 for more than a dozen family members including father-in-law Rafael Ceja, his partner’s grandmother and sisters.
Not wearing a mask during the event, which was thrown to celebrate the birth of the grandson, Green explained that he believed the coronavirus was a ‘hoax’.
But within a few days of the gathering, 14 family members, including Green, had fallen ill with coronaviruses and their grandmother had died.
14 members of the same family in Texas were infected with coronovirus after a gathering
Tony Green, from Dallas, threw a party with his partner (pictured), and invited in-laws after months of social disturbances
Gay Orthodoxy has written in an op-ed where you urged the virus to be taken seriously, knowing that you may feel that I am hosting a gathering that had so much grief.
You cannot imagine my guilt about this epidemic, being careless through this epidemic, making fun of mask-wearers and making social distinctions. You cannot guess my guilt knowing that my actions convinced both our families that it was safe when it was not.
‘Those who deny the virus exist, or who reduce its severity, let me assure you: Coronavirus is very real and highly contagious. You have sent it to your friends, family, co-workers and neighbors before you even know you have it. ‘
The Trump supporter said he first became concerned after the party when he felt unwell, and by June 15, his partner and parents had all fallen ill.
Green explained on the GoFundMe page about the pain set up to cover medical costs that the pain and trauma is far more than anyone is prepared for.
Green and his father-in-law, Seja, were both hospitalized on 24 June.
Green was almost traumatized after the virus attacked the nervous system.
Later in June, Siza’s mother was hospitalized where she died on July 2 after suffering from pneumonia caused by the virus.
Rafael Seja (Chitra) is placed on a life support machine after contracting Kovid-19 in a family gathering
According to Green, Siza was in a room next to his mother.
On 12 July, Green found out that his father-in-law Seja had been placed on a life support machine even after suffering from pneumonia.
His mother-in-law Marissa called him ‘crying and screaming in terror’ to tell him the bad news.
The funeral was held on July 14 for Siza’s mother, with only 10 family members allowed to attend.
While the declining trend in cases is prominent in hotspot states of Florida, Texas, Arizona and California, 22 other states are currently seeing an increase in new infections