There is currently debates that are still ongoing from people, about why and why they shouldn’t take COVID-19 vaccines A lot of misinformation has been spread online, which is leading to a lot of people not getting vaccinated, which shouldn’t be happening. Unfortunately, there are definitely a lot of anti-vaxers.
One of these anti-vaxers is 34-year-old Stephen Harmon, who recently died of COVID, according to The Sun. He was battle COVID for a month, and he didn’t want to take one of the vaccines. He even dissed the vaccines on social media, by tweeting “IF YOU’RE HAVING EMAIL PROBLEMS, I FEEL BAD FOR YOU, SON. I GOT 99 PROBLEMS BUT A VAX AIN’T ONE!” on July 8.
The next day, Harmon said he got COVID, and was officially diagnosed with COVID pneumonia and bacterial pneumonia. On July 21, he said that he was “choosing to going under intubation.”
From this point, Harmon continued to explain on Twitter, how his situation continued to get worse. He went to get put on a ventilator, as his health got worse. Nothing progressed, as Harmon ended up losing to the virus, after refusing any vaccines in the first place.
“Stephen was just a young man in his early 30’s,” said Brian Houston, President of Hillsong Church, where Harmon was a congregant and graduate of Hillsong College. “He was a graduate from Hillsong College and a vital part of our church in California. He was one of the most generous people I know and he had so much in front of him. He would always turn up to our grandkids soccer games and he will be missed by so many. RIP.”
Flip the pages for Harmon’s crazy anti-vax tweets.