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Jodi Doering is a US emergency room nurse. She posted an impassioned series of Tweets explaining how some of her patients insist the pandemic is a hoax even with their last breaths – and she’s now had death threats for pointing this out
A nurse says some patients dying from Covid-19 still insist the disease is a hoax – even with their final breaths.
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American Jodi Doering posted a powerful series of Tweets setting out the challenges medics face in a country where significant numbers of people claim the disease is a work of fiction.
The mum of two and ER nurse said Covid deniers are desperate to believe they have anything else, even lung cancer, than admit they have the virus.
And in some cases, they choose to direct their anger at the staff trying to save their lives rather than speak to their own families while they still have the chance.
Jodi, from South Dakota, had such a response from her tweets that she appeared on CNN to elaborate on her heartbreaking experiences tackling the disease.
She told the news channel’s presenter: “I think the hardest thing to watch is that people are still looking for something else and they want a magic answer, and they don’t want to believe that Covid is real.
“The reason I tweeted what I did was it wasn’t one particular patient it was a culmination of so many people, and their last dying words are “this can’t be happening, it’s not real”.
In her original messages from Sunday, she wrote: “I have a night off from the hospital.
“As I’m on my couch with my dog I can’t help but think of the Covid patients the last few days.
“The ones that stick out are those who still don’t believe the virus is real.
“The ones who scream at you for a magic medicine and that Joe Biden is Going to ruin the USA.
“All while gasping for breath on 100% Vapotherm. They tell you there must be another reason they are sick.
“They call you names and ask why you have to wear all that “stuff” because they don’t have COViD because it’s not real.
“Yes. This really happens. And I can’t stop thinking about it.
“These people really think this isn’t going to happen to them. And then they stop yelling at you when they get intubated.
“It’s like a f**king horror movie that never ends. There are no credits that roll. You just go back and do it all over again.”