- Thomas Macias, a man from California, contracted the deadly coronavirus after attending a party
- He posted his regret on Facebook on June 20 and also advised people to take the disease seriously
- Macias died of COVID-19 a day after posting his regret on Facebook
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A man from California who posted his regret on Facebook after attending a party where he contracted COVID-19 has died of the deadly disease.
Thomas Macias attended the party in June, and on June 20, he wrote an impassioned message on Facebook in which he lamented ignoring social distancing.
A day after posting his regret on Facebook, Macias succumbed to the deadly disease, NBC News reports.
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YEN.com.gh notes that Macias, who was a truck driver, regretted putting his family's health in jeopardy, adding that it was a painful experience for him.
Macias had hoped to survive the disease with God's help, but he died on June 21.
In his Facebook post, Macias advised people to take the coronavirus seriously, saying it is no joke.
He had written on Facebook: "If you have to go out wear a mask and practice social distancing."
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh also reported that the Female Painter, as she is normally called, is a young talented Ghanaian lady who has established herself as a renowned artist as well as an amazing cook.
YEN.com.gh took a thorough look on the official Instagram handles named @the_female_painter as well as @diner_wishes and found breathtaking works done by the beautiful young lady.
She has painted many of Ghana's top icons, including Nana Aba Anamoah who has been in the headlines recently after celebrating her birthday.
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Source: Yen News