For several paragraphs readers are led to believe this 4 year old girl was in perfect health but died because her parents did not get the Kung Flu shot.

The reader is led down a path of “guilty parents who did not get their shots” when in reality no one investigated how the girl got Kung Flu.

Then, all of a sudden, as if an afterthought, we read she had siblings. And she was always sicker than them. And she died…..quick….just like that….within 24 hours of diagnosis.

And that doctor’s recommendation? More bullshit. If every time a kid got a fever and we rushed them to the ER or doctor there would be no care for anyone else.

A four-year-old girl died in her sleep at her Texas home within a day after she and her unvaccinated parents contracted COVID-19.

Kali Cook, of Bacliff, became the youngest COVID death in Galveston County since the pandemic began, and now her parents are regretting their decision not to get vaccinated against the virus.

‘I was one of the people that was anti [vaxx], I was against it,’ said mother Karra Harwood. ‘Now, I wish I never was.’

Harwood told The Daily News in Galveston that her daughter had no diagnosed immune disorders or other health conditions, but that she did tend to get sicker than her siblings.

Most of the family was under quarantine after Harwood tested positive for the virus on Monday and had to be sectioned off away from the family.

Despite their efforts, the virus quickly spread, infecting her fiancé and her 5-month-old son, who had to be taken to the hospital.

By about 2 a.m. on Tuesday, Harwood noticed Kali had a fever, so she gave her some medicine and helped her go back to sleep.

By 7 a.m., when Harwood and her fiancé left for work, Kali had died.

But Kali’s condition continued to worsen, and by 7 a.m., she was dead.

‘She died in her sleep,’ Harwood said.

Kali, who had just started preschool, is among the 466 Galveston residents who lost their lives due to COVID, and she is the first resident younger than 20-years-old who succumbed to the virus.

Galveston County Local Health Authority Philip Keiser called the death a tragedy that underlies the need for more vaccinations and caution during this phase of the pandemic.

‘This is a terrible thing, but I think people need to know about it,’ Keiser said.

‘It’s very important, if your kids are sick, not to say, ‘Oh, they’re going to be OK.’ ‘If your kids are sick, go seek out medical care.’

Harwood hoped that sharing her daughter’s story would change people’s minds about COVID.

She encourage people to understand that although statistically rare, children can die from COVID and are left susceptible as vaccines are only available for those ages 12 and up.

Harwood’s mother, Terena Pike, had previously posted skepticism about the vaccine, but now Harwood said that she and her fiancé, who she says has a lung condition, were considering getting vaccinated.

The family also started a GoFundMe to help pay for Kali’s funeral costs.

‘We are all so broken and lost and just trying to figure out how we are gonna get [through] this life without her light,’ Harwood wrote on the site.

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  1. grayjohn says:

    Utter bullshit.

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