The victims in the family who have died since Wednesday include Rita, 55, a religion teacher at the Co-Cathedral of St. Robert Bellarmine in Freehold; the eldest son Carmine, 55; Vincent Fusco Jr.; and the family's matriarch, Grace Fusco, 73.
Three of her relatives remain in hospital, while 19 of them are in self-isolation amid concerns that they, too, might be infected with the potentially deadly disease.
"This has been devastating for all of us", Fusco-Jackson's sister Elizabeth Fusco told NJ.com before the two other family members died.
One family is weathering three tragedies due to coronavirus in a matter of days. "The docs' don't know if she's constructive, and the way do they deal with somebody, if [they don't] have to take a look at outcomes", Elizabeth mentioned. Fusco said she is one of 11 children. "Why should athletes and celebrities without symptoms take priority over a family devastated by this virus?"
State Health Commissioner Judy Persichilli said the drive-thru would prioritize symptomatic health care workers and first responders. Her son, Carmine Fusco, who lives in Bath, Pennsylvania, died a little before his mother on Wednesday.
Vincent Fusco died Thursday morning at a hospital in Freehold, New Jersey, according to his sister Elizabeth Fusco and Roseann Paradiso Fodera, an attorney and relative.
It's a thriller why the illness has ravaged this household, since they imagine "nobody had an underlying medical situation", Paradiso Fodera beforehand instructed PEOPLE.
Officials indicated she was the second person in New Jersey to die as a result of COVID-19.
"I'm numb", Bridget Fusco Betlow, 52, told the New York Post. The first New Jersey resident to die of the virus worked at a race track, and it's believed that one of his contacts infected the Fuscos, Persichilli said.
"I can not emphasize enough how important it is to take personal responsibility and to avoid even small gatherings", said Persichilli.
More than 200 people have now died from Covid-19 in the USA, with over 15,000 known infections and cases in all 50 states.