In the details, the “Daily Mail” website quoted the couple’s relatives as saying that Cal Dunham, 59, and his wife Linda, 66, “took necessary precautions against the virus and died on Sunday despite being vaccinated against it”.
Their daughter, Sarah Dunham, mentioned earlier this month that her parents were unwell during a family camp trip, along with “Fox 17”: “Before the family camp trip my dad called me and said I was not sick. But it was just a sinus infection. She thinks Linda got it too but she thought my dad gave her a cold.On the third day of the trip they woke me up and said, ‘We have to leave we are not feeling well.’ So I helped them pack their things and they left.
They were hospitalized and placed on a ventilator. Then they only died for a minute, each holding the other’s hand.
On May 15, Cal Dunham posted a photo of himself vaccinated on his Facebook page, praising the comments of his friends who said they too had been vaccinated.
Kendra De Young, who started a GoFundMe page to raise funds for the family, described wife Linda Dunham as a “second mother” who supported her during her early years and at various moments in her life.
It is worth noting that the vaccine “Covit 19” has been scientifically proven to reduce the risk of infection and significantly reduce the severity of symptoms. According to a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, those who are not vaccinated are 10 times more likely to be hospitalized and 11 times more likely to die.
It is not yet known how long immunity to the virus will last after receiving the vaccine.
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