Salvadoran dies coronavirus prominent Long Island

Editorial Dept. Voz de la Diaspora

The Salvadoran community in Long Island mourns. This Friday, He confirmed the death of Patricia Avalos, a prominent Salvadoran, who he dedicated his life to working for the Diaspora of the town.

Patricia, He was founder of the Salvadoran Chamber of Commerce Long Island and also, with his father helped arrange for the Salvadoran Government, so that the consulate was installed in the city of Brentwood.

According to sources of the Salvadoran community, Patricia and her husband visited El Salvador in late February and returned to the United States the first week of March.

Two weeks ago, she showed symptoms of flu-like thing and was admitted to a local hospital. Ten days ago, doctors confirmed he tested positive for coronavirus, disease complicating asthma suffering.

Salvadoran was originally from San Miguel and according to sources confirmed to Reuters Health, her husband is in hospital, after failing to the Covid-19