Covid-19 has radically affected our life since it began about two years ago, and it appears that we are still far from the end of the pandemic. Millions of Americans have infected the virus, and more than 850,000 have died as a result of Covid-19 problems in the United States, and the numbers will continue to rise in the following weeks with Omicron in place.
Some people, though, feel that the virus isn’t all that nasty and that it was created by big pharma to promote vaccines. So it was with a young woman, a mother of three little children, who refused to get vaccinated and repeatedly posted her opposition to the vaccine online.
According to The Sun, B. Jackson, a 29-year-old Michigan woman, utilized her social media sites to disseminate misinformation about the virus, loudly opposing mask laws, vaccines, and frequently sharing virus memes. She stated that she “understands the risk” of the sickness but “doesn’t value fear over life” on one occasion.
B. Jackson Dies
She was absolutely opposed to Covid-19 until she acquired the virus in November and began to show symptoms. She remarked on Facebook that “Covid sucks” and subsequently asked for advice from her fans for ‘lung exercises’ she could do, clearly concerned about the symptoms she was experiencing.
“Just because we don’t wear a mask doesn’t imply we lack common politeness or don’t respect you,” Jackson remarked in one of her anti-Covid posts during the previous two years. We just feel that your worry is the source of your problem.”
Jackson’s condition deteriorated days after her initial symptoms, and she was admitted to the hospital. She remained dormant online for a few weeks until her sister posted a status update on Facebook about her illness. On December 21st, her sister commented, “She’s been in the hospital for the last month fighting covid.” “She took a turn for the worst a couple of days ago, and she is completely dependent on the ventilator.”
Jackson died later the same day when her sister alerted the world about her health, according to multiple news sites who broke the story a few days later. Bridget’s biggest love was her family, with whom she enjoyed camping and traveling, but her world centered around her children, according to her obituary.
Jackson abandoned her husband and three children.
Vaccine Prevents From Major Illness
While the Covid-19 vaccinations provide less protection against the Omicron form, they are quite effective in preventing Covid-positive people from getting major illnesses, hospitalization, and death. According to CDC data, the majority of hospitalized patients and deaths are persons who have chosen to remain unvaccinated for whatever reason.
Since the beginning of the month, the United States has set a new record for the most cases filed in a single day, reaching one million. Some states that were hit by Omicron earlier than others have already reached the top of this winter’s wave, with new cases projected to decline in the following weeks.