The COVID-19 disease that keeps spreading across the world like wildfire doesn’t care if someone is famous, non-famous, rich, poor, smart, or dumb. It doesn’t even care if you’re an anti-vaxxer who’s confident in his immune system. Sure, the immune system could help in the face of the coronavirus, but the confidence part is useless.
The News Daytona Beach WNDB radio station confirmed the death of Marc Bernier on Twitter, a man of 65 years old who lost the battle with COVID. Bernier was a Florida radio host who named himself “Mr. Anti-Vax”. He criticized the vaccination for COVID-19, as you’ve already guessed.
It’s with great sadness that WNDB and Southern Stone Communications announce the passing of Marc Bernier, who informed and entertained listeners on WNDB for over 30 years. We kindly ask that privacy is given to Marc’s family during this time of grief. pic.twitter.com/vXQIAtVN9e
— News Daytona Beach (@NewsDaytonaBch) August 29, 2021
Marc Bernier died three weeks after getting infected with the coronavirus, according to The Daytona Beach News-Journal.
Marc Bernier said he would never get vaccinated
A few months ago, Marc Bernier said it loud and clear that he would never get a coronavirus vaccine.
Things look pretty bad in the US regarding the COVID spread. The highly contagious Delta variant makes the disease spread faster than many expected, while experts continue to highly recommend people to get vaccinated.
Some counties from the state of Oregon (USA) even requested trucks to carry bodies of those who died of COVID.
According to worldometers.info, the total number of those who died because of COVID in the US exceeds 654,000 souls, while a total of more than 39.6 million infections occurred. Fortunately, the vast majority of those infected in the US with the coronavirus were recovered: over 30.8 million. The US remains the hardest-hit country by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, and it’s followed by India and Brazil.
As for the worldwide situation regarding the ongoing COVID pandemic, the same source brings unwanted stats. Over 217.2 million infections occurred, while more than 4.5 million deaths were reported.