Man With Covid19 Who Didn't Isolate Led To 56 Other Infections

Henrietta Strickland
October 20, 2020

When he returned to Ukraine, Stuzhuk underwent a coronavirus test, which came back positive.

After falling ill, he wrote to his fans: "I want to share how I got sick and give everyone a strong warning".

"I was one who thought that Covid does not exist. Because of the temporal association between MIS-A and SARS-CoV-2 infections, interventions that prevent COVID-19 might prevent MIS-A", the CDC's report states. "And it is heavy".

To his one million subscribers, the 33-year-old seemed super fit as he promoted exercise and healthy living.

A day later, Stuzhuk's ex-wife Sofia Stuzhuk, with whom he had three children, announced on Instagram that he had died.

Dmitriy woke up in Turkey with a swollen neck and difficulty breathing, he said. In Ukraine, he tested positive for the virus and got hospitalized. Dmitriy showed how he required an oxygen apparatus for breathing.

The body-building enthusiast was hospitilised for eight days and was allowed for home treatment on October 15.

But after a few hours he was taken back to the hospital, where Sofia said he would soon be "in severe condition" and "unconscious". His wife who has five million followers wrote that Dimitriy had problems with his cardiovascular system.

He suffered a clinical death, but medics restarted his heart.

"For the rest of my life I will remain grateful to you for our three lovely children", she wrote.

Dr Mai Mannix, Director of Public Health in the Mid-West said that the pandemic has presented an unprecedented challenge for her department. The deadly virus outbreak has created a major stir around the world in recent times infecting more than 39.4 million people globally and claimed the lives of over one million people worldwide in more than 170 countries. The youngest is just nine months old.

She posted: "Only warm memories remain, three handsome kids and valuable experience".

"God, it is so bad to realise that he is not with us anymore ..."

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