Anti-vaxxers troll schoolgirl fighting Covid in hospital – branding her 'paid actress'

Vile anti-vaxxers have moved to troll a 17-year-old school girl who is hospitalized with coronavirus.

They heartlessly branded her a “paid government actress” after sharing her report on the coronavirus.

Maisy Evans from Wales spent days in the hospital, Wales Online Reports, with stunned medical professionals who initially believed it was meningitis.

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She told Sky News, “I have had to deal with many anti-Vaxxers and conspiracy theorists, which is deeply frustrating.

“I’ve been called a liar, an actress who is paid by the government to advance certain goals, Satan, a Nazi, evil and a lot more – that’s totally inappropriate.”

“It feels like I’ve run 40 miles,” she said.

“There was a moment when I feared for my life – my oxygen levels dropped dramatically and it was really scary.

“Fortunately, they slowly gained weight.”

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She said, “This virus is not a joke for young people and those who are eligible must get vaccinated. Rest assured, I am on the long road to recovery!

“I am 17 years old and currently take antibiotics, steroids, morphine and blood thinners.

“Please continue to take this virus seriously, even if, like me, you generally consider yourself fit and healthy.

“I assume that I will stay a few more nights because I cannot regulate my oxygen levels myself at the moment.”

Maisy said, “I probably had all kinds of symptoms. I had a cough, high fever, tremors, nausea, dizziness, shortness of breath, excruciating headache, and aching limbs.

“You name a symptom – it hit me. I even lost my sense of smell and taste. The shortness of breath was one of the last symptoms to develop.”

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