Lorena Quaranta Biography – Wiki
Lorena Quaranta (born in 1993) is identified as an Italian doctor who had reportedly been strangled to death by her nurse boyfriend before the police officers were told that her boyfriend unleashed the attack because she gave him the novel coronavirus, according to prosecutors.
Il fidanzato di #LorenaQuaranta, la giovane studentessa di Medicina uccisa in provincia di Messina, ha detto di averla strangolata perché gli aveva trasmesso il #coronavirus.
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— Giornalettismo (@giornalettismo) April 1, 2020
She was 27 years old at the time of death.
Lorena Quaranta Nurse Boyfriend
Quaranta’s boyfriend is identified as 28-year-old Antonio De Pace, who was also her nurse at the hospital.
They were drafted in to help out with the coronavirus outbreak.
Lorena Quaranta Stabbed To Death After Being Accused Of Giving Coronavirus
Lorena Quaranta and her nurse boyfriend, Antonio De Pace, had been working in Messina, Sicily. They were moved to help out with COVID-19 pandemic.
According to reports in Italy, she was found dead after her boyfriend reportedly called the police officers to say that he had killed her.
Police then called paramedics because they found De Pace had cut his wrists and discovered him on the floor of the apartment, officers revealed.
When asked the reason of strangling her girlfriend doctor, he said that he murdered her because she gave him coronavirus.
Lorena Quaranta Suspect Killer, Antonio De Pace
Antonio De Pace was later suspected of killing his girlfriend doctor, Quaranta, after calling officers to tell them that he had murdered his partner.
He was taken to a nearby hospital where he was Lorena’s colleagues and stunned police by saying: “I killed her because she gave me COVID-19”, police say.
Early indications from testing carried out last night suggest that neither he nor his girlfriend had the virus.
Lorena had posted just days before her tragic death about 41 Italian doctors dying during the pandemic.
Linking to a news report on the deaths that have hit Italy due to a lack of Personal Protective Equipment, she branded the situation ‘unacceptable’.