A daughter invited Gov. Doug Ducey to her father's funeral after he died in Arizona from coronavirus complications

Posted On: Jul 11, 2020   |   Posted By: Business Insider

Kristin Urquiza invited Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey to attend her father's funeral after passed away from coronavirus.
The state has become a coronavirus hotspot with a growing death rate that has more than doubled over the past month, the Los Angeles Times reported.
She's now speaking out about what she described as a failed handling of the pandemic that is leading to needless death.
Urquiza said Ducey has "blood on his hands."
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Kristin Urquiza's father Mark Urquiza died from COVID-19 on June 30 in Arizona, and she is placing some of the blame on Gov. Doug Ducey and his decision to reopen the state.
"I think that's part of the tragedy and the pain of this situation for individual families is that my dad was, from the outside, perfectly healthy a month ago. And I buried him yesterday," she said on July 9, the day after his funeral. "It's hard to swallow."
The 39-year-old recent graduate of the University of California, Berkeley's Goldman School of Public Policy...

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