57-year-old singer Natalya Vetlitskaya was horrified that 18-year-old model Valentina Boscardin Mendes passed away.
TV presenter Marcia Boscardine announced that her daughter is no more. Famous Brazilian published a photo with Valentina. “It is with great pain that I say goodbye to the love of my life. Farewell, may God accept you with open arms,” wrote the heartbroken mother.
The girl took confident steps in her modeling career. Valentina was in the Ford Model Brasil São Paulo agency. She did not suffer from any pathology and was perfectly healthy. A young Brazilian woman received a double dose of the Pfizer vaccine. However, this did not save her from a severe course of the disease after contracting the coronavirus.
Valentina began to have complications, she was hospitalized. Doctors diagnosed her with pneumonia. Doctors tried to save the patient. However, she died of thrombosis. Brazil’s health minister announced this week that Omicron has become the country’s dominant variant of the coronavirus.
Natalya Vetlitskaya, a well-known opponent of vaccination, was shocked by the death of Valentina. “A healthy 18-year-old model from São Paulo, Brazil, died shortly after developing blood clots. The girl who received the double vaccination was healthy and had no health problems, according to her mother.”, — said the performer of the hit “Look into your eyes”
Many fans of the pop star agreed with her. “An experiment, a very dangerous thing”, “I’m not going to be vaccinated, I even had to quit”, “It already seems to me that there is no need to convince anyone – there is no need to interfere with natural selection”, “It’s a pity. Someone dies from the vaccine, someone without it. Terrible time”, “I am still undergoing treatment for side effects, since August”, — said the followers.
The 90s star also spoke out against wearing protective masks during the pandemic. Vetlitskaya explained that the body needs oxygen, and in a mask a person breathes carbon dioxide. In Spain, where the pop diva lives, schoolchildren also follow this preventive measure, which she especially dislikes. However, the artist wears a mask to go somewhere without putting it on her nose. Otherwise, Natalia can only afford a trip to a neighboring city, as she refuses to be vaccinated.