A woman in Jacksonville, Florida, expressed regret that she and her family were not vaccinated against COVID-19. She told the news network that her father had died of the disease.
Amanda Beinborn (Amanda Beinborn) and her family hope to further study the vaccine before deciding whether to vaccinate. However, before she found out more, the 20-year-old girl tested positive in June and her family quickly followed suit.
Bainborn told News4Jax that she had been sick for four days before her parents and brother were also sick. She said her 55-year-old father, Dennis Beinborn, was admitted to the intensive care unit on July 3 and died of the disease on July 19.
“A lot of people have this mentality, you know, it won’t happen to them. I basically feel the same way,” Amanda Bainborn told News4Jax.
At the same time, her 30-year-old brother was also hospitalized but discharged and was given oxygen at home. She said her mother is expected to leave the intensive care unit within a few days.
According to First Coast News, Amanda Bainborn said: “No one should experience this.” “If we do take better precautions, it can be prevented.”
“This is definitely what we want now,” she said of vaccines.
As the infectious Delta variant swept the country, people affected by the disease shared more anecdotes, hoping they had received injections.
In Arkansas, Angela Morris’ 13-year-old daughter, Caia Morris Cooper, uses a ventilator at the Arkansas Children’s Hospital in Little Rock, where she fought for her life. This upset her.
She refused to vaccinate herself and her daughter because she thought it was enough to wear a mask and stay at home.
Now she hopes she can turn back time. “It’s heartbreaking. I hope I can make a better choice for her,” Morris told CBS Attached to THV 11, “I just want people to make their children their shots.
“This is a much better route than our current route,” she added.
Arkansas and Florida are among the states particularly affected by the Delta variant, with a 140% increase in COVID cases across the country in the past two weeks.
Despite the increase in cases, a Yahoo News/YouGov poll this week found that less than one-third (29%) of unvaccinated Americans believe the virus is more dangerous to their health than a vaccine.
It also revealed that 93% of unvaccinated U.S. adults—the equivalent of 76 million people who are skeptical of the vaccine—51% of unvaccinated adults said they would never get the vaccine, and 22% hope ” Before deciding to see what will happen to other people” and the survey found that 20% of people said they were not sure.
Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Shows that more than 162 million people have been fully vaccinated against COVID.Currently has Three vaccines are available In the United States, Pfizer/BioNTech, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson. According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 607,000 people died of CODID-19.
The CDC stated that those who are fully vaccinated can avoid hospitalization and death due to COVID (including the Delta variant).
IHave Added: “A small percentage of fully vaccinated people are still sick, hospitalized or dying from COVID-19.”
Nonetheless, as Delta variant cases have surged in the United States, it recently warned of an “unvaccinated pandemic.”