Chef Floyd Cardoz loses his life to Covid-19 in New York&
- Chef Floyd Cardoz has died of COVID-19 an infection in a hospital in New York
- The Mumbai-based chef had been in Mumbai till March eight however had flown from NYC to Bombay for a celebratory dinner a couple of days in the past
- Bollywood celebs took to social media to share their condolences
The lethal coronavirus outbreak has affected the whole world and every little thing has come to a standstill. Many lives have been misplaced throughout this pandemic and 1000’s are nonetheless struggling by testing constructive for COVID-19. In a surprising flip of occasions, celebrated chef and entrepreneur Floyd Cardoz handed away on Wednesday, 25 March, at a hospital in New York after being examined constructive for COVID-19.
Just per week in the past, Floyd had shared a well being replace along with his followers on Instagram. He had written, “Sincere apologies everyone. I am sorry for causing undue panic around my earlier post. I was feeling feverish and hence as a precautionary measure, admitted myself into hospital in New York. I was hugely anxious about my state of health and my post was highly irresponsible causing panic in several quarters. I returned to New York on March 8th via Frankfurt”
He had flown from NYC to Bombay for a celebratory dinner a couple of days in the past.
Ever because the information broke, Bollywood stars have been tweeting to pay their condolences. Rishi Kapoor tweeted, “RIP. Floyd Cardoz. Will cherish the meal you made for us at your restaurant “Paowala” at Spring Street. NY. And a number of occasions on the “Bombay Canteen” (Phoenix Mills) and “O’Pedro”(BKC) all in Mumbai.”
Sonam Kapoor wrote, “RIP chef”
Popular chef Shilarna Vaze additionally shared a post, part of which reads, “What a loss. What a tragic day. Biggest hugs to his household and his prolonged kitchen familia all all over the world
There goes to be chorizo butter & poi ready for you in heaven for positive so RIP chef!”
Actress Tisca Chopra additionally shared her grief on social media.
New York has been severely affected by this outbreak and has witnessed 157 deaths and greater than 15,000 instances of coronavirus, to this point.