Caleb Wallace, who was the organizer of the new type of coronavirus (Kovid-19) measures and the anti-vaccine rally against “freedom” in the United States, has died of Kovid-19.
In the news in the US press, it was noted that Wallace, 30, who organized the anti-epidemic rallies in the state of Texas, showed signs of Kovid-19 on July 26.
It was said that Wallace, who initially refused to be tested, had been treated for Kovid-19 for about a month at the hospital where he was then taken.
It was said that Wallace, who had been on a ventilator for weeks, had been unconscious since August 8. It was announced that Wallace, who has 3 children and whose wife is pregnant with their fourth child, died on Saturday.
Wallace was one of the founders of the “San Angelo Freedom Guards” group, which organized “freedom” protests against measures taken to combat the Covid-19 epidemic, such as vaccines and masks.
Meanwhile, Wallace argued that the need for vaccination violated constitutional rights.
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HE SAID ‘I EXERCISE 5 DAYS A WEEK, THE VIRUS CANNOT KILL ME’ …
British singer Marcus Birks was a musician in the group Cappella with his wife Lis Birks. The duo, who appeared in the first series of a TV show called Bad Lads Army, received great acclaim with the band The Cameleonz they formed together, and even received backing from famed singer Robbie Williams.
Marcus Birks, whose wife is pregnant with their children, was skeptical of the coronavirus and vaccines and claimed he would not get caught in Kovid-19 saying, “I exercise 5 days a week.”
The 40-year-old singer was admitted to the intensive care unit at Royal Stoke University Hospital after contracting the virus and his condition worsened. Birks, who was hospitalized with flu-like symptoms and a diagnosis of a blood clot, quickly deteriorated after realizing he was positive for Kovid-19.
Lis Briks, who explained that she was very upset and “her heart was broken” after the death of her husband, announced that she would get the vaccine immediately.
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Marcus Birks said: “When you are a healthy person you feel like you will never get this disease and you have doubts about vaccinations. But I couldn’t breathe right now I couldn’t understand “The mistake I made. I wish it hadn’t been long before I got the vaccine. I will definitely recommend all of my family and loved ones to get the vaccine. He used his words.”