New York Post:
A 71-year-old Queens woman who had been diagnosed with coronavirus died just minutes after being discharged from the hospital, police sources told The Post.
Carolyn Frazier was released from New York Presbyterian Queens Hospital Friday at about 10 a.m., despite doctors diagnosing her with the COVID-19 virus, the sources said.
A private ambulance took Frazier back to her home on Parsons Blvd. in Flushing—but she had passed away by the time it arrived.
The woman was pronounced dead at 10:14 a.m., less than half an hour after she’d left the medical center, sources said.