A 84 Year Old Vaccinated Florida Man Dies of COVID, His Obituary Begs Others to Get Vaccinated
“I was the one who told him he had covid,” she told The Washington Post on Thursday. “The doctor told my dad the first day in the hospital that he was a one-in-a-million case to be in the ER.”
Allen, a breakthrough case of a vaccinated individual who contracted the virus, died of the coronavirus a few days later, on July 22, alone in hospice care. When the time came to write his obituary this month, two of his daughters, Danielle and Nicole Allen-Gentile, wanted to honor their father’s life and express their anger about how they think their vaccinated father got infected.
“He was infected by someone who chose to not get vaccinated and his death was preventable,” the obituary reads. “It is the wish of his family that everyone get vaccinated in order to prevent further death, sickness and heartbreak.”
Who takes medical advice from obituaries?
Really. Gets jabbed with the "vaccine" that is supposed to protect him from COVID, then gets COVID from someone who isn't vaccinated? Some how it is their fault?
Apparently the basic principles of reason are being thrown out the window right along with common sense. Or maybe the other way around, if it matters.
I bang my head against the wall.
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