The Illinois household of a vaccinated lady who died of COVID-19 says her loss of life may have been prevented if extra individuals had been vaccinated.
Candace Kay Ayers, 66, died September 3 at St. John’s Hospital in Springfield, Illinois, based on her obituary.
Ayers was totally vaccinated within the spring however she acquired recognized with COVID-19 on July 28, her household informed the State Journal-Register.
Ayers’ household is heartbroken over her loss of life and so they wished to ship a message to those that had been nonetheless hesitant about taking the vaccine.
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“She was preceded in loss of life by greater than 4,531,799 others contaminated with COVID-19,” her household wrote. “She was vaccinated however was contaminated by others who selected to not be. The fee was her life.”
Ayers’ 36-year-old son, Marc, confirmed the household’s place in an interview with Fox Information.
“We wish to maintain each phase of the inhabitants accountable and chargeable for the place we’re at in the present day,” he mentioned.
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Marc mentioned he’s gotten messages of help whereas additionally receiving loads of messages stuffed with hate from those that blame his mom for her personal loss of life.
Ayers is survived by her husband, Terry, of almost 43 years, her youngsters Marc and Amanda as properly her 5 grandchildren.