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A Publix employee died from COVID-19. Now his family is suing over his death. – Tampa Bay Times

The 70-year-old got the virus from a co-worker at a time the grocer wasn’t allowing mask use, the lawsuit says.

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Gerardo Gutierrez, a Publix deli employee in Miami Beach, asked to wear a mask to work when the pandemic began.
But Publix said no, according to a lawsuit filed by his family.
Although the Florida grocer would eventually flip its stance and allow employees to wear masks, that change came too late for the 70-year-old father of four. He was already at home sick by the time Publix allowed all of its employees to use masks.
Gutierrez died alone from complications related to COVID-19 in April. His adult…

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