After her mother, grandmother, and fiancé all died from Covid in the same week, a woman pushes people to get vaccinated.
A WOMAN was left heartbroken after her mother, grandmother, and fiancé all died of Covid within five days of one other; now she is pushing everyone to get vaccinated before it’s too late.
After losing her 35-year-old fiancé, Britt McCall, her 65-year-old mother, and her 85-year-old grandmother to coronavirus in only five days, Tiffany Devereaux, 35, is pushing for more people to get vaccinated.
“I lost my grandmother on Saturday, my fiancé on Monday, and my mommy yesterday [Thursday],“ Ms Devereaux, who resides in Florida, told local TV station WJXT. I had to miss my [grandmother’s] funeral in order to get to the hospital and say my goodbyes to my mother.
“I’m completely lost. Right now, I’m not sure what to think or how to feel. I’d like to see my loved ones again. They were the ones who always helped me get through the tough periods in my life, and now they’re all gone.” Ms Devereaux tested positive for Covid as well, but only experienced minor symptoms. She said that her grandma was the only one in her family who had received the vaccine.
“My mother and fiancé’s last request was for me to get vaccinated,” she continued. They described the infection as excruciatingly painful. Mr McCall’s father, Mark McCall, 60, died of Covid, and his mother, Sherry McCall, 58, was treated in hospital after getting the virus.
Mr McCall’s sister, Payten, 24, told CNN, “It has been one of the most, roughest, and hardest experiences that I have ever had to go through in my whole life, and I would never, ever wish this on anyone in their family.” Ms McCall said her family was afraid to get the vaccine because they had health issues and didn’t know how their bodies would react.
“We weren’t attempting to persuade anyone not to get it,” she stated. We didn’t care what people chose, but we chose the incorrect one.” Ms McCall has now received her first vaccine shot and encourages others to do so as well. “All the folks who are afraid to be vaccinated, do it!” she exclaimed. Do it for the people you care about because I don’t think you want to see them go through what we’re going through right now,” President Joe Biden said this week. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”