Ukrainian influencer who said that covid-19 did not exist died of the disease

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Dmitriy Stuzhuk, a 33-year-old Ukrainian fitness instructor, died of covid-19, after admitting that he did not believe in the existence of the virus.

“He was one of the people who thought that covid-19 does not exist,” admitted Dmitriy some time after contracting the virus on a trip to Turkey. During the trip, he woke up with a swollen neck and difficulty breathing. When he returned to Ukraine, he tested positive for covid-19 and was hospitalized.

According to TVI24, the ‘influencer’ was discharged from the hospital, but he was readmitted to the hospital a few hours later, because his health began to worsen, even becoming unconscious and in serious condition, and ending up for not resisting.

The news of his death was given by the ex-wife and mother of his three children, says the same source. Sofia Stuzhuk, 25, revealed that the covid-19 triggered cardiac complications that turned out to be fatal.



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