If thousands of people, including celebrities, have tested positive for coronavirus, unfortunately, some of them have died from this fatal disease.
Here are the dead coronavirus celebrities
King Aurlus, king of the soukous, died of the coronavirus. Her daughter, Liza Monet, announced it late Thursday, March 19, on her Facebook and Instagram accounts.
Known as “Pappy Grove”, Manu Dibango was confirmed dead in the early hours of Tuesday by his family.
According to the BBC, the afro-jazz star contracted the coronavirus while he was in Paris. He died at the age of 86.
DJ Black N Mild
Born Olivier Stoke, Black N Mild was a DJ who helped make New Orleans music famous after Hurricane Katrina.
Unfortunately, he fell ill and was admitted to a local hospital. He died two days later. Autopsies revealed that he died of the coronavirus.
Nashom Wooden, also known as Mona Foot, died on Monday March 23 of the coronavirus. The famous drag queen died at the age of 50. His death has been confirmed by relatives and friends on social media
Rose Marie Compaoré
The second vice-president of the National Assembly of Burkina Faso died on March 17 of the consequences of Covid-19.
His death has been confirmed by the country’s main opposition party, the Union for Progress and Change (UPC).
Lorenzo Sanz, former president of Real Madrid
Former Real Madrid president Lorenzo Sanz died on Saturday March 21 at the age of 76, three days after his hospitalization due to the Covid-19. Her son, also called Lorenzo, announced it on Twitter: “My father just passed away. He didn’t deserve this ending and that way. “ His reign at the helm of Real Madrid between 1995 and 2000 was crowned by two Champions Leagues.