Diego Verdaguer: the singer dies from complications of covid-19

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Diego Verdaguer was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1951 and became a Mexican national in 2000.

Argentine singer Diego Verdaguer, who became famous in the duet with his wife Amanda Miguel, died on Thursday at the age of 70 from complications related to covid-19.

Miguel Atilio Boccadoro Hernández, his real name, had been infected with coronavirus last December. He died in a hospital in Los Angeles, California, where he was being treated.

Ana Victoria, the couple’s daughter, reported the news in a statement: “My mother, I and the whole family are immersed in this pain, so we appreciate your understanding in these difficult times.”

Verdaguer was diagnosed with the coronavirus at the end of last year. His condition worsened in a matter of days, for which he had to be hospitalized.

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