According to reports, before going onto a ventilator in hospital, the 42-year-old rock climber and bodybuilder told his consultant that he wished he had been vaccinated. Unfortunately, he died in intensive care after suffering from an infection and organ failure. The 42-year-old father sent a message to his twin sister saying “don’t let them give up on me” shortly before he died after contracting Coronavirus.
The 42-year-old man, John Eyers, was wild camping one month before his death in July, which came exactly four weeks after he tested positive, according to reports. Jenny McCann, his twin sister reportedly said that Eyers “he was the fittest, healthiest person I know and had thought he would only have a mild illness if he contracted coronavirus.”
She also said that her twin brother had no underlying health conditions. McCann said that Eyers only had asthma. According to reports, before going onto a ventilator in hospital, the 42-year-old man reportedly told his consultant that he wished he had been vaccinated. Unfortunately, he died in intensive care after suffering from an infection and organ failure.
According to reports, before he died, the 42-year-old man reportedly told the doctor treating him how much he regretted not getting the vaccine. He was saying: “Why didn’t I get vaccinated? Why didn’t I do it? Why didn’t I listen?”
McCann said that her twin brother was a anti-vaxxer. She added that the family had all fallen out with him over his stance.
The mother-of-two posted a series of tweets about her brother: “He was the fittest, healthiest person I know. He was climbing mountains and wild camping four weeks before his death. The only pre-existing health condition he had was the belief in his own immortality.
He thought if he contracted Covid-19 he would be OK. He thought he would have a mild illness. He didn’t want to put a vaccine on his body. His was pumped full of every drug in the hospital. They threw everything at him.”
Heartbreaking last text that anti-vaxxer bodybuilder sent before Covid killed him https://t.co/QSkooxfdYL— Daily Mail U.K. (@DailyMailUK) December 6, 2021