Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.The daughter of a woman who died of coronavirus at a Kirkland, Wash., skilled care and rehabilitation facility filed a lawsuit against the facility for fraud and wrongful death, published reports said.Deborah de los Angeles filed suit Friday against Life Care Centers of America Inc. in the early March death of her mother, Twilla Morin, The Seattle Times reported.In the suit, filed in King County Superior Court, she claims the facility left voicemails on March 4, telling de los Angeles her mother died after she contracted COVID-19 while a resident at the facility, the report said.CALIFORNIA, OREGON, WASHINGTON GOVERNORS ANNOUNCE THEIR OWN PLANS TO RESTART THEIR ECONOMIES AMID CORONAVIRUSIn a statement, Life Care Center said: “Our hearts go out to this family and the loss they have suffered during this unprecedented viral outbreak. We are unable to comment on specific legal cases that are pending, but we wish this and all families peace. The loss of any of our residents at Life Care Center of Kirkland is felt deeply by us,” according to television station KING 5.The nation’s first coronavirus death was at the Kirkland facility in

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