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Belgian fighting champion dies of COVID-19: Refuses to go to hospital before death, saying that COVID-19 is just a small virus

Belgian fighting champion dies of COVID-19: Refuses to go to hospital before death, saying that COVID-19 is just a small virus

Frederick Sinistla died of COVID-19

December 27 – According to the British Mirror on the 27th, Belgian fighting champion Frederic Sinistra has recently died of complications of COVID-19 at the age of 41. A few weeks ago, he denied that he was infected with COVID-19 and left the hospital without authorization to stay at home for self-treatment.

Sinistra has not recognized the danger of COVID-19 before. He refused to get a vaccine and opposed the Belgian government’s mandatory wearing masks and introducing vaccine passes and other epidemic prevention measures. He once posted on social media, calling the novel coronavirus a “small virus” and told his fans that he was leaving the hospital and going home to recuperate.

Local reports said that Sinistla later went to the hospital for treatment under the forced treatment of his coach Osman Yigin. In an interview, the coach said that he told Sinistra that if he did not go to the hospital for treatment, he would not take him to training in the future. Sinistra then posted his intensive care unit on social media. A few weeks later, he died of complications of COVID-19. His wife announced the news on December 16.

Sinicella won the world fighting championship three times, with a glorious record of 39 wins and 9 losses.

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