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From Deathbed, California Man Pleads For People To Wear Masks In Public

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From Deathbed, California Man Pleads For People To Wear Masks In Public

From Deathbed, California Man Pleads For People To Wear Masks In Public

51-year-old California man Thomas 'Tommy' Macias died after contracting COVID-19 at a barbecue in June.

A resident of Lake Elsinore, California, Macias died June 21, three days after testing positive for the coronavirus.

According to HuffPost, just one day before his death, he posted an emotional note on social media.

It was a plea for others to practice social distancing measures to protect themselves against COVID-19.

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