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Chai Shaulian's brother, who opposed vaccines and died of coronary heart disease, calls on opponents: "Go get vaccinated" | Israel today

2021-09-14T08:25:43.539Z

"The family is shattered, we are mourning and do not know how to digest it," Avi Shaulian said in an interview with Network B about how the family reacted to Chai's death after falling ill in Corona. Your life and the lives of your loved ones "



Avi Shaulian, the brother of the late Chai Shaulian, one of the most prominent opponents of corona vaccines in Israel who died yesterday after talking about the virus, was interviewed this morning (Tuesday) by Network B and called on all vaccine opponents and his brother's supporters: "Save yourself and get vaccinated."

During the interview, Shaulian recounted how the family reacted to Chai's death after falling ill in Corona and said: "The family is shattered, we mourn and do not know how to digest it. Chai's message was 'and love your neighbor as yourself.' And of your relatives. "

"His condition was quite serious at first," my father said of his brother.

"Two days after he fell ill he had difficulty breathing. He did not regret and believed in his way to the end. He did not agree to be put to sleep, he was resuscitated, but not anesthetized."

At the same time, Shaulian told about his brother and his activities in the corona field.

"Since the arrival of the corona he has been a social activist in opposition to vaccines and the green tag, but he has not denied the corona. Nor has he opposed vaccines in general, but the corona vaccine. He claimed the vaccine was not properly researched and could have long-term consequences."

As you may recall, in a post written by the late Chai Shaulian before his death on Facebook, he said: "Dear friends.

Extremely critical conditions.

I'm in a very difficult situation in the Corona ward.

Unable to speak and respond to people.

I have no oxygen. "

"This morning I woke up and was wet as if a few buckets of water had been poured on me. It took me about an hour to figure out who I am, where I am and what I am doing here. Lack of oxygen is a terrible and horrible thing. I thank all those who care and support. You can pray, it helps. "I'm not afraid. I believe I will get out of it with the help of the name, in my estimation it will take another two weeks, maybe three."

Source: israelhayom

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