Lauren Ashley Balsamo Weill Cornell Coughing On A Woman At Bagel Shop Goes Viral

27 years old Lauren Ashley Balsamo from Astoria, New York has being identified as the woman who coughed on a lady at Bagel Shop after being questioned for not wearing face mask. Lauren Ashley Balsamo who formerly worked at Weil Cornell was seen in a video which has gone viral on social media confronting a lady at a bagel shop in New York.

The incident happened at New York City Bagel Coffee House on Broadway and 3th Street in New York City.

The video which has reached a million views on twitter was posted by Ally Goodbaum who witness the whole incident.

Accordng to her “I noticed that a woman, later identified as Lauren Balsamo, was coughing in the shop and not wearing a mask. When she asked one of the employees of the store if they would enforce a mask-wearing policy for patrons, Balsamo reacted poorly and coughed on her.”

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In the video, Lauren insisted that won’t wear any face mask because she has antibodies. ““You’re a p***y,” she walks to cough on Goodbaum. I have antibodies so i don’t have to wear a mask in public so mind her business.” She said.

The Weill Cornell medicine has reacted to the viral video Lauren coughing on Goodbaum. In an official statement the company described Lauren’s behavior as shocking and abhorrent.

Weill Cornell Statement Reads Below:

Lauren Balsamo has not been an employee of Weil Cornell Medicine since January 2020.

As an institution on the COVID-19 front lines, this behavior is shocking and abhorrent to us. Since WCM’s mission is to protect the health and wellbeing of all New Yorkers, We condemn this flagrant disregard of public safety.

Weill Cornell Medicine condemns the actions recently exhibited by a former employee in a video circulating on social media.

This person has not been an employee of WCM since January of this year. Given our commitment to protecting the health and well-being of all New Yorkers and fighting on the frontlines of treating COVID patients, we are steadfast in our public health commitment to further prevention and spread through social distancing, wearing masks, frequent hand-washing and other health precautions.