Social media influencer who believed coronavirus didn’t exist dies after completing...

Social media influencer who believed coronavirus didn’t exist dies after completing...
Social media influencer who believed coronavirus didn’t exist dies after completing...
A fitness trainer and social media influencer who believed the coronavirus or COVID-19 did not exist has died after contracting the deadly disease while on a trip to Turkey. Dmitriy Stuzhuk was released from hospital in his native Ukraine, but sent back hours later and his condition worsened.

After getting sick, he wrote, “I want to share how I got sick and give everyone a strong warning. I was one who thought Covid didn’t exist. Until I got sick. ”He added,“ COVID-19 is not a short-lived disease! And it’s hard. ”To the millions of followers on social media, he appeared to be in excellent health, promoting exercise and healthy living. But his ex-wife and Sofia Stuzhuk, who announced his death, mentioned that the coronavirus was causing his heart complications.

Influencer dies due to COVID-19


Dmitriy Stuzhuk
Instagram / Dmitriy Stuzhuk

The influencer had woken up with a swollen neck and difficulty breathing, which he mentioned in a previous post to his fans. In Ukraine, he tested positive for the virus and was hospitalized. “The hospital is full of people, some of whom are treated in corridors,” he said. Dmitriy showed how he needed an oxygen machine to breathe. After eight days, he was given permission to leave his ward.

He mentioned that his condition at home was stable. But after a few hours he was taken to the hospital, where Sofia mentioned that his condition was getting worse. His wife, who has five million followers, wrote that Dimitriy had problems with his cardiovascular system.

The influencer experienced a clinical death, but doctors restarted his heart. Sofia had mentioned that his condition was extremely serious and that nothing could be done about it. “I did everything to ensure that the father of my three children lived. But now nothing depends on me, ”she said. The deadly virus outbreak has recently caused a stir around the world, infecting more than 39.4 million people worldwide. Over a million people were killed in more than 170 countries worldwide.

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