Czech singer dies after catching Covid intentionally
A Czech Republican singer has died after deliberately capturing Covid, his son told the BBC.
That she was recovering from an HIV test, but died two days later.
In order to obtain a recovery passport to reach certain areas.
The Czech Republic reported a record number of Covid-19 cases on Wednesday.
Mr Rek and his father, both fully vaccinated, both held Covid for Christmas. But she said her mother had decided not to stay away from them, and preferred to expose herself to the virus. But she was with us all the time,” he said.
Evidence of recent immunizations or infections from the virus.
Her mother was a member of one of the Czech adult groups, Asonance. He wanted to arrest Covid for a few restrictions on his departure, explained Mr Rek.
Two days before his death, he wrote on social media that he was recovering: “Now there will be a theater, sauna, concert”.
On Sunday morning, the day she died, Ms Horka said she felt better and better dressed for the wind. But then he started to feel bad, so he went to lie down in his room.
“In about 10 minutes it was all over,” said his son.
Jan Rek emphasized that his mother did not believe in any of the strange conspiracy theories about Covid’s policies.
“His philosophy was that he was right with the idea of capturing Covid. Not that we would have a microchip or something like that,” he said.
There was no reason to try to discuss the matter with him as it would be very emotional, he added.
“When you have living examples from real life, it is more powerful than just graphs and numbers. You can’t really empathize with numbers.”
The number of Covid cases in the Czech Republic reached a peak daily on Wednesday, with 28,469 cases reported in a population of 10.7m.
new anti-growth measures
The government has recently introduced new anti-growth measures, including compulsory testing for staff and school children. The isolation period for people. Who have been tested positive for the virus. But has no symptoms has been reduced from 14 days to 5 days.
On Wednesday, the Czech government announced plans to cancel plans to introduce compulsory vaccination in some parts of the country. Earlier this month, thousands of people protested in Prague and other cities against the possible launch.
About 63% of the total population of the Czech Republic.