Earlier today, an Italian nurse allegedly strangled his doctor girlfriend to death because “she gave him Coronavirus.”
Antonio De Pace, 28, after committing the crime reportedly called cops to tell them he had murdered young medic, Lorena Quaranta, 27.
Unfornately, when Police arrived at the scene, they found her dead in their apartment in Italy, while De Pace was found on the floor having cut his wrists but his colleagues were able to save his life at their hosiptal.
According to the reports, the young couple had been working in a local hospital in Messina, Sicily after they were drafted to help during the coronavirus crisis.
And the suspect, De Pace allegedly confessed: “I killed her because she gave me coronavirus.”
However, the police source said: “She was a doctor who was working hard to save others. It’s such a tragedy.”
Also, the Sun reports that tests were being carried out on both, but it came back negative, meaning neither Lorena or De Pace had the virus.
The deceased, Lorena had been very vocal on social media about the coronavirus outbreak.
Before her death, Lorena made a post on her Facebook page, she wrote wrote: “Now more than ever we need to demonstrate responsibility and love for life.
“You must show respect for yourselves, your families and the country.
”You must think and remember those that dedicate their lives daily to looking after our sick.
“Let’s stick together everyone staying at home. Let’s avoid the next one falling sick is a loved one or ourselves.”
Last month, her boyfriend posted a message congratulating her after she passed a test and said:
“To reach our dreams you have to work hard with determination and you are proof.
“I wish you to keep chasing your dreams, always live the life you always imagined. Well done!