Federal Prisons Confirm Black Case Manager Is the First Life Taken From Coronavirus

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Federal Prisons Confirm Black Case Manager is the first life taken from coronavirus, her name was Robin Grubbs, a case manager at the United States Penitentiary in Atlanta, was found dead in her home Tuesday and posthumously tested positive for the virus, a bureau spokesperson said in a statement.

Grubbs’ last day working at the facility was Friday, April 10. She was screened prior to entry and determined to be asymptomatic, the spokesperson said.


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