American film and television actor Allen Garfield died at the age of 80 due to the coronavirus.
Variety reports that Allen Garfield's co-star Ronnie Blakely told the media that Allen died of the Coronavirus.
The actress also wrote on her Facebook That 'Allen Garfield died of the Coronavirus, I hope his family will have patience, my prayers are with him. '
Allen Garfield is thought to have been a part of the cinema with the 1968 film 'Orgy Girls 69', and he appeared to play a negative role in most films.
In his career, he has worked on projects like "Bananas", "A State of Things", "Intel the End of the World", "Nashville" and "The Stunt Man".
He was last seen in the 2016 release 'Chief Zabu', but interestingly, the shooting of the film was completed in 1986.
The actor had a stroke in 2004, and since then his condition has not improved.
On Wednesday, the highest number of casualties was recorded in the United States on Wednesday, with more than 1,800 recorded.
The death toll from the Coronavirus in New York has grown to more than 4,000, more than the number of people killed in the September 11, 2001 attack on the World Trade Center.
According to Johns Hopkins University statistics, the total number of deaths in the country in the last 24 hours has reached close to 13,000.
In the United States, more than 398,000 confirmed cases have been reported, which is the highest in any country in the world, and the number of cases globally has exceeded 14 million.
This breakthrough came at a time when the crisis in New York and other parts of Europe is coming to light, and on the other hand, the lockdown has been canceled after 76 days in Wuhan, China's epicenter.