A mother is grieving the loss of her 33-year-old daughter who was vaccinated against COVID-19 yet still succumbed to the virus on Sunday, according to a report.
Angelle Mosley, described as a “driven business woman,” who had just opened the doors to her first shop, Brave Beautique in June, texted her mom last Thursday saying she wasn’t feeling well, local outlet WDSU reported.
“She said ‘I know I do not have COVID. I still can smell and taste. And I am vaccinated.’ But when she got to the hospital, turns out she had it,” Tara Mosley, Angelle’s mother, told WDSU.
“Her neighbor brought her at 2 or 3 in the morning. She said, ‘They will keep me because I have pneumonia and a high fever,'” Tara Mosley told the outlet. Mosley got a call from the doctor on Sunday, who said Angelle’s heart rate was falling. Angelle died later that day.
Now, Angelle’s mother said she’s pushing for others to receive vaccines and take preventive steps against infection, like wearing a mask.
“One of the things that I will say contributed to her death, Angelle was large for her age. She was obese. The variant that is out right now. It is showing us it is really serious. I saw this with my own child’s life,” Mosley told WDSU.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently called for fully vaccinated individuals to don masks in public indoor areas in places with high and substantial viral spread.
This is an excerpt from Fox News.
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