For the family of those who are dying now The whole problem of vaccination has created a new layer of discomfort — and a series of difficult questions that no one asked in the first months of the pre-vaccination crisis.
Hollie Rivers has been damaged in the weeks since her husband Antwone died in Michigan. Rivers has helped raise their hybrid family of five. Mr Rivers said. and has worked as a manager at an automotive transport company. She said he became her soul mate – “Charlie” as she called him “Angel” at his funeral this month. She helped carry the coffin.
“I want to hold him to the end. until I can’t hold him anymore,” said Rivers, 28.
But after Ms Rivers gave an interview to a Detroit-area television station and revealed that her husband had not been vaccinated. She said she faced critical comments online. She and her husband were reluctant at first, she said, but were considering getting the vaccine. Rivers, 40, then fell ill in early April. his wife said Before Michigan introduced vaccines to people his age.
Ms. Rivers describes some of the online comments. Also included on the family’s GoFundMe page was clearly unfriendly: “He denied the shooting. How dare you ask for money?” She recalled the tone of one of the messages suggesting.
“Right now I just feel like I want to cancel. It’s not about money,” said Ms Rivers, who took a short break from installing door panels. “I would be in a cardboard box if it meant my husband came back to me and his children.”
Dr Miles, an epidemiologist who studies grief, said she had seen such changes in deaths from diseases such as lung cancer or diabetes.