Person was hit by Corona and died due to not wearing a mask

Not wearing a mask overshadowed the theorist who denied the corona virus. On January 12, this person was hit by Corona and died due to not wearing a mask. Gary Matthews, 46, fell ill a week before the corona virus returned positive.

According to a media report, Gary died a day after being corona positive. Gary Mathew’s family members say that he did not believe the corona virus was real, so he did not follow guidelines like social distancing and wearing masks.

The Corona virus has killed more than a million people in the UK so far, although scientists say the number of victims could have been reduced if the government had taken stern steps at the start of the epidemic. Maithya’s cousin Tristan Copeland says he used to appeal to Maithya to wear masks and maintain social distancing.

Tristan reports that Matthew and his friends used to go out and interview people to prove the government wrong. Mathew’s brother has accused a local engineer Facebook group that Mathew had not taken the corona virus seriously because of the group.

Person was hit by Corona and died due to not wearing a mask
Person was hit by Corona and died due to not wearing a mask

Matthew’s brother says his attitude towards the Corona virus was because Michael Gove had asked Tory MP Sir Desmond Sven to apologize because he had spread lies about the Corona virus. The Cabinet Office Minister said that Sir Desmond should apologize for his statement.

Sir Desmond said that this appears to be a manageable risk, especially as the figures have been manipulated. We have been told that a deadly disease is going on at this time. Sir Desmond described the lockdown as a complete failure, although he denied that he was opposed to vaccinating people for virus protection.

To this Michael Gove said that Sir Desmond was wrong. I have worked with him, have an attachment with him but am scared of such absurd statements. As of now, more than one lakh patients have died due to Corona virus in the UK and more than 37,000 people are currently undergoing treatment.