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Boeing worker at Everett plant dies from coronavirus: Seattle Times

Reuters Monday, 23 March 2020
A worker at Boeing Co's Everett factory outside Seattle who had the coronavirus has died, the Seattle Times reported on Sunday, citing co-workers, a union official and a Facebook post by the man's brother.
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