RIP… For This Hospice Nurse, the Covid Shot Came Too Late | Kaiser Health News

Antonio Espinoza loved the Los Angeles Dodgers. He loved them so much that he was laid to rest in his favorite Dodgers jersey. His family and friends, including his 3-year-old son, donned a sea of blue-and-white baseball shirts and caps in his honor.

Espinoza died at age 36 of covid-19, just days after he got his first dose of a covid vaccine. He was a hospice nurse who put his life in danger to help covid patients and others have a peaceful death.

Source: For This Hospice Nurse, the Covid Shot Came Too Late | Kaiser Health News