Conspiracy theorist died Covid after trying to catch him to prove a hoax


A conspiracy theorist in his 30s died at Methodist Healthcare in San Antonio, left, after trying to catch Covid-19 to prove it was a hoax, said Dr. Jane Appleby, right (Photos: Google / News4SA)

A young conspiracy theorist died of coronaviruses after trying to catch the disease during a “Covid party” to prove that it was a hoax. The unidentified victim, who was in his thirties and from San Antonio, Texas, expressed his regret to a nurse after being tested positive for Covid-19 and rushed to hospital, where she died more late.

Dr. Jane Appleby of Methodist Healthcare said, “Right before the patient died, they looked at their nurse and said,” I think I made a mistake, I thought it was a hoax, but This is not the case. ”

Dr. Appleby also spoke of his horror when he learned how the Covid-19 victim had attended a party with a person who tested positive for the disease in order to refute expert warnings about the danger posed by the coronavirus.

She told News4SA: “This is a party organized by a person diagnosed with the Covid virus and the idea is to see if the virus is real and to see if someone is infected …

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“It doesn’t discriminate and none of us is invincible. I don’t want to be alarmist and we are just trying to share concrete examples to help our community realize that this virus is very serious and can be spread easily.

Texas has experienced a massive increase in coronavirus cases since mid-June and has recorded more than 250,000 diagnoses and more than 3,100 deaths. Governor Greg Abbott ordered his citizens to wear a mask in public after being criticized for reopening the Lone Star state too soon.

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