Tiffany Devereaux (left) said her fiancé (second from left), mother (second from right) and grandmother (right) wish she and her family got vaccinated before they died (Pictures: Tiffany Devereaux)
A Florida woman who lost three loved ones to the coronavirus said that their dying wishes were for her to get vaccinated.
Tiffany Devereaux’s fiancé, her mother and her grandmother all died of Covid-19 days apart from each other, according to Fox 19 Jacksonville.
‘I lost my grandmother on Saturday, lost my fiancé on Monday, and lost my momma (Thursday),’ Devereaux said. ‘I had to skip going to my memaw’s funeral so I could get to the hospital to say goodbye to my momma.’
Devereaux added: ‘I feel lost. I feel so lost. I don’t know what to think or how to feel right now. I want my loved ones back.’
The only one who was vaccinated among the three was her 85-year-old grandmother, Ruth Devereaux. Devereaux’s fiancé was Britt McCall, 35, and her mother was Darlene Devereaux, 65.
‘They’re the ones that always got me through the hard times in my life, and now, they’re all gone. My fiancé, and my mother, and I – none of us are vaccinated,’ Devereaux told the TV station. ‘My mom and fiancé, their last wish was for me to get vaccinated. They told me how painful this virus was.’
Devereaux also has a brother who contracted the virus and was admitted to an intensive care unit.
McCall’s father Mark, 60, also died from the virus, CNN reports, and McCall’s mother, Payton McCall, was hospitalized.
Devereaux tested positive for Covid-19 but experienced only mild symptoms.
‘I just want everyone to know how important this is,’ Devereaux said.
The Covid-19 Delta variant is surging in Florida, according to the latest STAT analysis poll reported by The Hill.
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