Since the vaccine was introduced in mid-December, more than 247,000 people in the United States have died from the coronavirus.
Washington- After waiting for months to be immunized with the Covid-19 vaccine and suffering from the disease, the phone rang and the U.S. Air Force veteran Diane Drewes took a final breather in a hospice hospital in Ohio. It was a health worker who called her for the first date for a vaccine.
Drews’ daughter Laura Brown was shocked during the January conference call, but did not react strongly, nor did she say that her 75-year-old mother was dying. He said that this makes no sense at all.
Brown said: “But my sister and I were frustrated that she was too late. This seemed to be the last insult.”
Since the vaccine was introduced in mid-December, more than 247,000 people in the United States have died of Covid-19. The authorities warned that it would take months to get enough vaccination to achieve immunity. Due to the initial lack of vaccines and the spread of the virus, the sad reality is that some people will contract the virus and die before being vaccinated.
Opinion polls show that a large proportion of the American population is skeptical of the vaccine, so it is impossible to say exactly how many of the dead want to be immunized. But Brown said his mother did love him-desperately.
Other families have also experienced the same painful story of their loved ones being infected after months of care and then dying before they could not be vaccinated.
Charlotte Crawford worked in the microbiology laboratory of Parkland Hospital in Dallas for 40 years. Thanks to her work, she received two doses of Moderna vaccine in January. Complete immunity. But she had to watch her husband and two adult children die after signing with Covid-19 before she could be vaccinated.
His widow said that Henry Royce Crawford, 65, had made an appointment to be vaccinated when he fell ill. His son Roycie Crawford, 33 years old; and Natalia Crawford (Natalia Crawford), 38 years old; they were also waiting for the vaccine, but they did not get the vaccine when they fell ill and died.
Crawford of Forney, Texas said: “All I know is that I held three funerals in three weeks.”