Kali Cook, 4, became the youngest victim of Kovid-19 in Galveston County, Texas, United States. The little girl breathed her last in her sleep a day after her unvaccinated family tested positive for the coronavirus.
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The little girl, whose family was not vaccinated, became the youngest victim of the virus in her hometown, where she died from the coronavirus she caught. “I was one of them. I was anti-vaccine. Now I wish I hadn’t done that,” Kali’s mother Karra Harwood told local media. made the statement.
Kali was a child with no underlying disease or immune problem. However, according to his mother’s statement, he fell “more” sick than his siblings.
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Kali’s mother, Karra, learned she had coronavirus last Monday, and almost the entire family has been quarantined. Karra has also isolated herself from the rest of the family.
However, these late measures did not work and Karra’s fiancee and her 5-month-old son contracted the virus and were hospitalized.
The next day, the young woman realized that her 4-year-old daughter had a fever. He gave her an antipyretic and put her to sleep. By the time Karra and her fiancé left home to go to work, Kali had already passed away. “She died in her sleep…” These were the last words her mother said after her daughter.
Kali’s anti-vaccine grandmother’s Facebook post
Having just started attending kindergarten, Kali has become the smallest victim of the virus in her hometown. The youngest dead before him was a 24-year-old.
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After Kali’s death, Philip Keizer, the region’s official health official, said it was a tragedy and more vaccinations should be done these days as the outbreak continues . Philip Keizer stressed that “this is a terrible situation, but people should learn about it” and stressed that families with children who get sick should not ignore medical help thinking they will recover from it. ‘one way or another.
Kali’s mother also said she regrets what she did and will share her daughter’s tragic story and try to get people vaccinated. The grieving family has launched a charity campaign for the funeral expenses of their little girl and announced that they will share their story in this way.