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Nurse Joshua Obra Dies From Coronavirus

Victim Was a Disney Fan From Southern California

Southern California (July 6, 2020) – A nurse in Southern California died after battling COVID-19 for 26 days. The man died on July 6.

Joshua Obra, 29, was a registered nurse who was known for running the popular Disneyland account @disneylandpanda. He was a huge Disney fan who would take and post photos of his time at Disneyland. 

Obra and his sister, Jasmine, both got sick and were tested for COVID-19. She is still waiting on her test results. Obra was diagnosed on June 10 and died on July 6.

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Joshua Obra.

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