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A 34-year-old California man who died from the coronavirus visited Disney World just days before his death.
Ghazarian's sister told TMZ, "He suffered a lot and put up a good fight".
TMZ reported that Ghazarian began to develop a cough on March 7, and the next day, he coughed up blood.
Ghazarian reportedly traveled from Los Angeles to Orlando on March 2 for a business trip and opted to spend a couple of days visiting the high-traffic theme parks with his friends. He had visited Walt Disney World on March 2.
He returned to Los Angeles International Airport on March 9 and immediately went to the emergency room, where he also had a high fever. The family told TMZ that a chest x-ray confirmed Ghazarian had pneumonia, and he was tested for COVID-19 and sent home with fluids and antibiotics and instructed to self-quarantine until he got the results back. "We will miss our Jeff every day, but we are thankful for all the fun, happy memories of the times we had together".
On March 13, the results of his test came back positive for the coronavirus.
On March 14, Jeff was rushed to the hospital by ambulance; he was transferred to the ICU after it was discovered his lungs were 60-70 percent blocked with pneumonia.
Doctors sedated and intubated him, but the ventilator failed to help his lungs heal, and he passed five days later.
Ghazarian had a medical history that could have made him more susceptible to the virus, including asthma, childhood bronchitis, and testicular cancer, which he beat back in 2016, according to the report.
Sadly - and despite the family claiming he was approved for antiviral meds - he took a turn for the worse and never got the medication in time ... and passed away Thursday morning. Follow CDC guidelines and Orange County advisories on staying safe.