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A gospel-singing family performed a virtual concert at a recording studio. Then, five of them got Covid-19

Ernestine Ray was driving home from work on July 3 when her vision turned blurry. A few hours later, she was in a Houston hospital, where she was diagnosed with Covid-19 and failing kidneys. She started crying.

The next day, her father, Pastor Fred Jones, was struggling to breathe. He said everything he ate tasted like dry rocks. The pastor tested positive for the coronavirus, and was rushed to Houston Methodist Hospital, the same hospital as his daughter.
At around the same time, Velma Davis experienced similar symptoms, and ended up in the hospital — alongside her sister and father — with Covid-19.
Two other sisters in the Jones family also tested positive for the virus on July 5. Theresa Jones didn’t need to go to the hospital, but Sabrina Freeman woke up struggling to breathe. She was taken in an ambulance to the same hospital as her family members.
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Khalif M. Townes is the Founder/President/CEO of The Townes Media Group, LLC (formally Urban Roundup Group, LLC.) He is also the creator of uGospel.com. Townes formed uGospel.com to provide an outlet where up to the minute information on the Faith Based Community and Gospel Music Industry can be accessed with the click of a button.
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