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Announcer promoting the anti-vaccine movement died in Florida of COVID-19

Vaccine promoter deaths in the United States have been on the rise.

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A Florida radio host who opposed efforts to vaccinate against the COVID-19 died from the virus, reported the station where he worked on Saturday after three weeks of hospitalization in which he was fighting for his life.

Through a statement sent by the station licensed in Daytona Beach, WNDB, reported that “it is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Marc Bernier, who informed and entertained listeners on WNDB for more than 30 years. We kindly ask that Marc’s family be given privacy during this time of pain. “

Bernier, with conservative ideas, had been a strong critic of the coronavirus vaccination efforts, once calling himself “Sr. Anti-Vax ” before you have contracted the disease.

During the COVID-19 hospitalization process, the WNDB Operations Manager, Mark Mckinney pointed out to the local media that “If you have heard his program, you have heard him speak supporting the anti-vaccines while it was on the air.”

The Volusia County Sheriff, Mike Chitwood, indicated that the station had confirmed that the 65-year-old announcer had passed away on Saturday night while mourning the event. “I am numb. For me this is a death with my family “the officer said in statements to Daytona Beach News-Journal.

As the impact of the coronavirus due to the delta variant becomes more present in the United States, some Republican-leaning states have resisted public health mandates, including Florida, while the increase in hospitalizations and deaths has been more noticeable over the months.

Cases like that of Marc Bernier in which they reject vaccines and end up being victims of the deadly virus, have been on the rise in the United States and have generated astonishment worldwide.

It was recently known that Caleb Wallace, an activist in Texas who was spearheading a campaign against the use of face masks had died from COVID-19 on Saturday after a month hospitalized, he reviewed San Angelo Times.

On July 4, 2020, Wallace had organized a protest in the city of San Angelo rejecting the use of masks and business closings, while raising his voice against the evidence found so far of the pandemic virus and press coverage.

Caleb passed away peacefully. It will always live in our hearts and minds “wrote his wife, who is pregnant and expecting her fourth child.

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