Abby Gibbs Wiki – Abby Gibbs Biography
Abby Gibbs was a mum-of-three who became ‘hooked on conspiracy theories’ has died of coronavirus after turning down the jab.
She admitted it had been the ‘worst mistake of her life shortly before she passed away following an almost three-week battle in intensive care.
She was 24 years old.
Abby Gibbs Dies of Covid
Her heartbroken mum, Lynne, and brother, Lewis, have urged others not to follow in Abby’s footsteps and get vaccinated, saying ‘she would still be here today if she had done so.
Abby, from Durham, was admitted to the University Hospital of North Durham after falling seriously ill with Covid-19 at the start of last month.
She died on Wednesday, September 22, after spending 17 days in intensive care.
Ms. Gibbs, who described her daughter as her ‘best friend,’ said: ‘Abby was supposed to go the same day as me to have her vaccine, but she was that hooked on conspiracy theories, she decided not to go.
‘The first day she was admitted, she said, “mam, I wish I had gone and got the vaccine – this is the worst mistake I have ever made.”’
Only able to communicate with her three young children using Facetime, Ms. Gibbs said Abby continued to provide for them as long as she could, even as her situation worsened.
She said: ‘She was in intensive care, and she ordered online a full shop, with clothes – she was arranging stuff for the kids.’
Ms. Gibbs went on: ‘All she ever talked about was her kids; she was so very proud of her kids.
‘She had even ordered clothes for one of her friend’s kids who has not yet been born.
‘At Christmas time, she would even go online and go on this website to help parents without much money, and she would buy and send the toys to the kids.
‘It just goes to show how much she loved her kids and everyone else’s kids.’
Abby’s brother added: ‘I was the last person she spoke to, and she said to make sure you look after the kids – make sure they can have the best life they can.’
Close friends have since set up a GoFundMe page to help support Abby’s children, which has raised almost £1,300.
Mr. Gibbs said all of the family had now gone to get jabbed in the wake of Abby’s death, adding: ‘We hope this will help raise awareness to bring people forward.