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Monday, April 6, 2020

An Illinois man allegedly shot his wife then himself over coronavirus fears

[coronavirus test]Claudio Furlan/LaPresse via AP * Police say Patrick Jesernik shot his wife Cheryl Jesernik, then himself, on Thursday. * He'd reportedly told family members that he was afraid he and his wife had contracted the novel coronavirus. * Experts predicted the stresses of the pandemic and lockdown could lead to an uptick in domestic violence. * Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. A man in Chicago suburb Lockport Township killed his wife and then himself this week, police say. On Thursday evening, police responded to a wellbeing check at the couple's home, where they found Patrick Jesernik, 54, and Cheryl Schriefer, 59, dead, NBC Chicago reported. An autopsy found that each died from a single gunshot wound to the head. The couple's family told police that Jesernik was afraid that they both had COVID-19, the coronavirus disease. Schriefer was reportedly tested for the virus two days earlier after having trouble breathing but hadn't yet gotten results. SEE THE REST OF THE STORY AT BUSINESS INSIDERSEE ALSO: * Cuomo says it's 'too early to tell' what New York's decline in coronavirus deaths and hospitalizations could mean * Australians have been advised not to wear face masks if they aren't infected by COVID-19 * All 2,700 residents of a refugee camp in Greece will be tested for the coronavirus and quarantined, after 20 residents tested positive SEE ALSO: FLIGHT ATTENDANTS ARE STILL WORKING DURING CORONAVIRUS LOCKDOWNS AND THEY WORRY THAT THEY'RE SPREADING THE VIRUS