Wife of state's first fatal COVID-19 victim calls disease 'this monster'
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When Carrie Dry speaks of the virus that took her 55-year-old husband’s life only three days after he first exhibited symptoms, she doesn’t use medical or scientific terms.
She calls it “this monster.”
Berryhill resident Merle Dry made headlines as Oklahoma’s first recorded coronavirus-related fatality after his death on March 18.