Family of Lloyd Cafe Cadena Confirms Vlogger Tested Positive for COVID-19
LLOYD CAFE CADENA – The family of the late vlogger confirmed that he tested positive from COVID-19 or coronavirus.
One of the recent incidents that left countless hearts broken was vlogger Lloyd Cadena’s death. A lot of people love the vlogger who really knows well how to make people happy.
Lloyd is one of the most popular vloggers in the field. He has two YouTube channels with a total of 8.6 million subscribers. He is friends with a lot of celebrities in the showbiz industry and they deeply mourn his passing.
It was last September 4 when the family of Lloyd announced the sad news. At 26 years old, Lloyd died due to cardiac arrest. The announcement was followed by countless posts of people expressing their grief over his death.
Recently, the family of Lloyd Cafe Cadena issued a statement. They confirmed that the vlogger tested positive for COVID-19 a day before he passed away.
The family of the vlogger expressed their gratitude to everyone who sent their prayers and expressions of sympathy for them. They also gave details on the incident.
Based on a post on Facebook, Lloyd Cafe Cadena was admitted to a hospital last September 1 because of dry cough and high fever. He tested positive for COVID-19 based on the result released on September 3.
According to the family of the vlogger, they immediately isolated including the BNT as soon as his result was out. He had no complaints and his vitals were okay.
On September 4, Lloyd was found pale and unresponsive by a staff. The doctor’s diagnosis showed that he suffered from heart attack while he was asleep.
Based on the post, the remains of Lloyd were cremated. In the meantime, the ashes of the vlogger are in the Cadena residence in Cavite.
There are simply no words to express our heartfelt thanks for the prayers and sympathy you have extended to our family…Posted by Lloyd Cafe Cadena on Sunday, September 6, 2020
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