Disney World Corona virus: Jeffrey Ghazarian Biography, Wiki, Age, Family, Net Worth, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Fast Facts You Need to Know

Jeffrey Ghazarian Biography, Jeffrey Ghazarian Wiki

Jeffrey Ghazarian is identified as an Armenian man who died Thursday in a Pasadena hospital after being diagnosed with the coronavirus just last week. He had visited Disney World in Orlando, Florida before returning to Los Angeles.
While the coronavirus fatality rate is relatively low among most people Ghazarian’s age, he appeared to have been at higher risk because of his history of asthma and bronchitis as a child, and the fact that he beat testicular cancer back in 2016.

Jeffrey Ghazarian Age

He was 34 years old.

Jeffrey Ghazarian Coronavirus

He suffered a lot and put up a good fight. We will miss our Jeff every day but we are thankful for all the fun happy memories of the times we had together,” his sister wrote on his Facebook page, according to TMZ.
On March 13, the results of his test came back positive for the coronavirus. According to TMZ, Ghazarian was given a portable oxygen meter to keep an eye on his. On March 14 he was taken by ambulance to the hospital and quickly transferred to the ICU when it was discovered his lungs were 60 to 70 percent blocked with pneumonia. Doctors decided the best path forward was to sedate and intubate, hoping a ventilator would help his lungs heal, according to family accounts to TMZ.
Disney finally shuttered its flagship Florida theme park resort on Sunday night as coronavirus fears have prompted millions across the country to avoid large crowds where the infection can spread rapidly.
The company came under fire for holding a ‘farewell celebration’ in the hours before it closed – with Abigail Disney, the granddaughter of Walt Disney Co’s co-founder Roy Disney, among the critics slamming the event as reckless and irresponsible.
Photos taken on Monday show the park – the most-visited in the world – eerily deserted.
Ghazarian was tested for COVID-19 after a chest X-ray confirmed that he had contracted pneumonia – as many other coronavirus patients have.
Doctors prescribed him fluids and antibiotics and sent him home to self-quarantine until the results came back positive on March 13.
He was again sent back home, this time armed with a portable oxygen meter.
His oxygen levels plummeted hours later before he was transported by ambulance to the hospital, where it was discovered his lungs were 60 to 70 percent blocked by pneumonia.

Coronavirus Family Statement

Ghazarian’s family told TMZ that he flew from Los Angeles to Orlando on March 2 for a work conference, but stayed a few extra days to visit Disney World and Universal theme parks with friends.
According to his family, on March 7 Ghazarian developed a cough, and the next day he coughed up blood. He flew back to LAX on March 9 and immediately went to the emergency, where he also had a high fever. The family told TMZ that a chest x-ray confirmed Ghazarian had pneumonia, and he was tested for COVID-19 and sent home with fluids and antibiotics and instructed to self-quarantine until he got the results back.

Jeffrey Ghazarian Death with the Coronavirus

Jeffrey Ghazarian died Thursday morning at a Pasadena hospital, where he was hooked up to a ventilator for five days, after being diagnosed with the coronavirus on March 13.
Ghazarian passed away Thursday morning. His family said he was he had a history of asthma and frequent bronchitis as a child, though he outgrew that. He also had undergone surgery for testicular cancer back in 2016.

Fast Facts You Need to Know

  • Jeffrey Ghazarian, 34, died at a hospital in Pasadena, California, on Thursday morning
  • He had been hooked up to a ventilator for five days after testing positive for COVID-19 on March 13 
  • Ghazarian’s family said he began showing symptoms on March 7 after visiting  Walt Disney World in Orlando 
  • In addition to COVID-19, he was diagnosed with pneumonia which blocked his lungs up to 70 percent
  • Ghazarian appeared to be at higher risk of coronavirus complications because he suffered from asthma and bronchitis as a child and had beaten testicular cancer in 2016 
  • The number of coronavirus cases in the US surpassed 11,300 on Thursday, including 165 deaths
  • Alarming CDC data indicated young people who contract COVID-19 have a higher risk of contracting coronavirus than previously thought
  • The State Department warned Americans abroad they would not be able to count on the US government to help them get home if global travel shuts down
  • Bank of America’s chief US economist said that the country is officially in a coronavirus recession
  • Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell unveiled the details of Republicans’ $1trillion stimulus package
  • US stocks fell sharply but then rallied to close up 180 points for the session
  • Hospitals across the country are scrambling to find a solution for a global shortage in ventilators