Wolves president releases latest news on Carl Anthony Towns
For Carl Anthony Downs, coronavirus has always been a personal tragedy.
The Minnesota All-Star team lost his mother Jacqueline Cruz-Towns to COVID-19 on April 13.
Towns is very close to his mother, and he and his family continue to grieve over the loss of his mother.
But after the tragedy, the Timberwolves president of basketball business Gersson Rosas (Gersson Rosas) said that Towns “was incredible in the whole process.
The Timberwolves donated $ 100,000 to the Mayo Clinic for coronavirus testing.
@ 梅奥 医院 Tests have started to detect the virus that causes COVID-19. I hope we can fight this virus faster and more effectively by increasing the test function and usability and Mayo Clinic’s overall COVID-19 response. pic.twitter.com/af9vcO711p
-Karl-Anthony Towns (@KarlTowns) March 16, 2020
According to the clinic, the donation is expected to increase the daily testing capacity from hundreds to more than 1,000.
As the NBA began to increase personal training, hoping to restart the game in July, Towns continued to deal with the problem of losing his mother.
The town of Cruz can be seen in many of his son’s games and his official devotion to Kentucky.
COVID-19 has affected patients to varying degrees. Some patients have no symptoms but are fatal to others.
The NBA is taking all possible precautions to restart the season.
NBA players infected with the virus recover quickly, but some players may not respond the same way.
The Timberwolves are expected to resume personal exercise on Thursday, wearing masks and maintaining a distance of 12 feet.
Rosas added information about Anthony-Towns:
“For anyone who knows Karl-Anthony Towns, he is a smart, well-educated person who understands what happened.”
Pray to continue to go out to the Towns family.