Woman becomes vaccine advocate after losing fiancé, mum and gran to COVID in a week

A Florida woman lost three loved ones to COVID in the space of a week and their dying wish was for her to get vaccinated.

Woman becomes vaccine advocate after losing fiancé, mum and gran to COVID in a week
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A woman in Florida who lost three loved ones to the coronavirus days apart said their dying wish was for her to be vaccinated.

Tiffany Devereaux lost her 35-year-old fiancé, Britt McCall, her 65-year-old mother and her 85-year-old grandmother to COVID-19 in just five days.

I lost my grandmother on Saturday, lost my fiancé on Monday and lost my momma Thursday. I had to skip going to my memaw’s funeral… so I could get to the hospital to say goodbye to my momma...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.

Vaccine advocate

Having suffered such devastating losses, Devereaux is now pushing for more people to get vaccinated.

She had personally tested positive for COVID-19 but had mild symptoms.

She says the only member of her family who had been vaccinated was her grandmother.

But now, Devereaux plans to get vaccinated herself and is pushing for others to do the same.

Dying wish

Devereaux’s brother contracted the virus too and was admitted to an intensive care unit.

She told CNN, her late fiancé’s father Mark McCall, 60, also died from the virus, while his mother, Payton McCall, was hospitalized after contracting the virus as well.

They’re the ones that always got me through the hard times in my life, and now, they’re all gone...My mom and fiancé, their last wish was for me to get vaccinated. They told me how painful this virus was. I just want everyone to know how important this is.

The Delta variant of the virus is still spreading fast in Florida as well as other states in America.

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