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Oliver Isleta Dies of Coronavirus

Victim was Nurse at Community Regional Medical Center in Fresno

Fresno, CA (September 1, 2020) – A nurse at the Community Regional Medical Center in Fresno has died from COVID-19. The registered nurse died on September 1 after battling the deadly virus for several months.

Oliver Isleta, 58, worked in the CRMC Telemetry Unit. He suffered from high blood pressure but was otherwise healthy. He leaves behind a wife and a 13-year-old son in the Philippines.

He came to America in 2006 on a working visa. He was set to become a citizen later this year. However, he developed the coronavirus earlier this year, most likely from work. Despite being put on a ventilator, he could not recover. He died from COVID-19 complications on September 1.

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Oliver Isleta.



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