SAN ANTONIO – A forty five-year-old Bexar County Jail inmate died Monday from obvious COVID-19 problems, the Bexar County Sheriff’s Workplace mentioned.
Gregorio Munoz, who was jailed on a cost of aggravated sexual assault of a kid, died at 1:12 p.m. at College Hospital.
In line with a information launch, Munoz notified jail workers on Jan. 2 that he was experiencing COVID-19 signs. The inmate was examined for COVID-19 and was quarantined pending check outcomes. After receiving affirmation later that day of optimistic outcomes for the virus, Munoz was relocated to the jail infirmary for medical statement and therapy for COVID-19.
Munoz was taken to College Hospital on Wednesday after experiencing COVID-19 problems, the information launch mentioned. He died 5 days later.
BCSO’s Legal Investigations Division, Inside Affairs and the Public Integrity Unit are conducting an investigation into the loss of life.
Munoz was being held within the jail since Might 16 on an immigration detainer.
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