Auckland man caught COVID on purpose, spread it to his family members, and now regrets his actions. An unvaccinated man who inadvertently contracted COVID-19 and was admitted to the hospital now claims he regrets his conduct.
An Aucklander stated in a Facebook post that he had tested positive for COVID-19 and was now frail and bedridden. The man grew quite unwell, and it’s believed he infected numerous members of his family.
Just read the FB story of the Auckland man who intentionally contracted Covid because he didn't think it was serious. Ended up hospitalised and pretty ill, and passed it onto his son.????
— Bob Miller (@BobbyMiller202) November 8, 2021
The man said that as an unvaccinated person who neither sought nor needed the vaccine, survived COVID-19 and that he would not wish his ordeal on anybody else. “I made it through COVID unvaccinated, but I have to say that I would not suggest this little experiment to anybody,” He admitted that he put individuals in danger and expressed regret.
He also expressed gratitude to the nurses and doctors at North Shore Hospital for their care throughout his hospitalization.
In a video uploaded on Facebook, he was reunited with loved ones after being released from the hospital.
As of Monday, 81 people had been admitted to hospitals with the illness, up from 74 the day before. There are 80 people in hospital in Auckland. In Whangrei, a 6-week-old infant is in the hospital. COVID is now present in seven people in critical care or high-dependency units, up from five the day before. Hospital patients are 51 years old on average.
A COVID-positive high school student from Auckland recently came out about his ordeal. Mount Albert Grammar School is a public secondary school located in Mt. Albert, an 18-year-old Tali Meavale contracted COVID as part of a cluster of cases at Mangere’s Assembly of God congregation at the commencement of the current Delta outbreak.
Now he’s telling his story and making videos about it to help senior Samoans understand social distance and what happens when you test positive.He’s also spoken out about what he sees as flaws in the way health personnel dealt with the instances among Samoans.
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