An Illinois lady who professed to have COVID-19 was captured Monday in the wake of spitting in a medical caretaker’s face at an Aurora clinic.
Cynthia Meyers, 33, of Oswego, Illinois, registered herself with Mercy Hospital on North Highland Ave on the grounds that she was experiencing difficulty breathing and professed to have tried positive for the infection earlier.
While getting clinical treatment, police said
The 33-year-old chose she needed to leave.
The medical caretaker revealed to her that she expected to sign release administrative work yet she supposedly can’t. Meyers at that point thrust towards the medical caretaker and spat on her, authorities said.
She was captured and accused of bothering the battery to a medical attendant. It is obscure if Meyers had tried positive.
Illinois has seen 90,436 cases with most of those patients in the Chicago zone. In late March, Aurora Mayor Richard Irvin and Aurora Police Chief Kristen Ziman both declared they had gotten the coronavirus.