Man Released From Quarantine Can't Stop Coughing On Live TV, Netizens Terrified

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Video of a man coughing uncontrollably on live television has raised eyebrows across the internet. Frank Wucinski along with family was previously quarantined.

Written By Riya Baibhawi | Mumbai | Updated On:
Man released from coronavirus quarantine can't stop coughing on live TV,netizens terrified

Video of a man coughing uncontrollably on live television has raised eyebrows across the internet. Frank Wucinski, from Pennsylvania, US along with his three-year-old daughter appeared live on a TV show to describe his experience in quarantine after he was suspected of having coronavirus. Meanwhile, the deadly virus has reportedly infected more than 85,000 and killed nearly 29,000 people globally.

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The whole family was quarantined

A video clip from the interview shows Frank Wucinski cough enough to need water. It further shows Wucinski drinking from his daughter’s water bottle which the toddler puts back in her mouth after her father finishes drinking. According to media reports, Wucinski’s father-in-law was tested positive for COVID-19 following which the whole family was put in isolation in San Diego.

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The video has garnered nearly 60 thousand likes and 18 thousand retweets. Meanwhile, it has left netizens both terrified and wondering about the next victim. Read what people had to say:

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