The death of a “influencer” in Corona after he doubted the...

A social media influencer died as a result of being infected with “Covid 19”, after having suspected the existence of the emerging corona virus.

And Ukrainian Dmitry Stagok, a fitness influencer with nearly a million followers on social media, made a difference to life at the age of 33, after he was twice hospitalized in Kiev.

Stagok was infected with Corona infection during a trip to Turkey, then he returned to his country where his symptoms intensified, and he was transferred to the hospital for days and left, but he soon returned to it after his condition deteriorated.

However, his ex-wife, Sophia, declared his death, indicating that he had heart complications that claimed his life, according to the British “Sky News” network.

Before his death, Stajok went out in front of his followers and warned them not to underestimate the virus, stressing: “I want to show you how I became sick, and I want to warn everyone strongly. I thought that Corona was not present until I was infected with it.”

He continued: “(Covid 19) is not a weak disease and it does not end quickly. It is heavy.”

During the Turkish trip, Stagok felt a swollen neck and breathing difficulties, he said, and upon his return to Ukraine, he tested positive for the virus.

He added in his last messages: “The hospital is full of patients, some of them are receiving treatment on the roads,” noting that his condition required him to be placed on a ventilator.

Sophia revealed that he stayed in Kiev hospital for 8 days and then was allowed to leave, but after a few hours he was returned to her, where “he was dying.”

Sophia, who is also influential, kept publishing the developments of his health, until she announced his death recently after “everyone failed to help him.”

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