Rigoberto Cabrera Lopez was an indigenous Guatemalan who loved spending time outdoors. He worked at a meat processing plant east of Fayetteville, and he was among COVID-19’s first victims in North Carolina. He died on May 5, 2020. “I didn’t think that this would happen, since most people get sick, and not to the point of dying, like my husband did,” his wife, Tomasa Cabrera, told a reporter in Spanish. “I thought he would recover, but he didn’t.” According to NC’s 2020 mortality file — built from official death certificates — more than 8,300 North Carolinians died of COVID-19 last year. To find out more, Charlotte Observer and News & Observer reporters Gavin Off, Ames Alexander and Aaron Sánchez-Guerra analyzed the death records of working-age coronavirus victims in search of any patterns.SEGUIR LEYENDO
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