Stephen Harmon, A member of the Hillong Megacarchy, publicly opposed the vaccine and made a series of jokes about it. Not vaccinated.
“I have 99 problems, but the vaccine is not one of them,” the 34-year-old tweeted to his 7,000 followers in June.
However, he died Wednesday at a hospital outside Los Angeles that treated him Pneumonia and Govt-19.
In the days leading up to his death, Harmon documented his struggle to stay alive and posted photos of himself in a hospital bed.
“Please, everyone is praying, you want to inject me and connect me to the ventilator,” he said.
In his last tweet on Wednesday, Harmon said it He had decided to undergo the infusion.
“I do not know when I will wake up, please pray,” he wrote.
Covid, though hormonically ill He continued to say he would refuse to be vaccinated again, Said his religious beliefs would protect him.
Before he died, I joked about infections and vaccines, He says he believes in the Bible more than Dr. Anthony Fossie, an American pathologist.
Hillong founder Brian Houston confirmed the news of his death in a tweet Thursday.
“Ben sent us the tragic news that our dear friend Stephen Harmon has passed away from the cove. It will break the heart,” you can read in a tweet from Houston.
In an Instagram post, he paid tribute to Harmon.
“It simply came to our notice then Generous people I know and have a lot of futureHe wrote on Instagram.
“He always showed our grandchildren football games, and many will miss him. Tear.”
Added it The church encourages its members to “follow the doctor’s guidelines.”
COVID-19 cases have increased in California in recent weeks, and this is what most people agree on Finished at the hospital.
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