For This Hospice Nurse, the Covid Shot Came Too Late
By Editor - Tue Apr 06, 3:51 am
CORONA, Calif. — 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. Use Our Content It can be republished for free. 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. When covid hit, it was no surprise to his family that this “gentle giant,” as friends and family called him, stepped up to the plate.