Adina Lewis Garbuz said she, instead, hopes the name will be associated with the containment of the virus due to the family’s prudent actions. The area near the family’s Westchester County synagogue has been turned into a “containment area.”
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Wife of Sick Westchester Lawyer Hopes Coronavirus Doesn’t Define 'Legacy'
The wife of Lawrence Garbuz, the New York lawyer who is considered “patient zero” for the coronavirus in New York, said she doesn’t want the sickness to taint the family name. So reports The New York Post.
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