World Table, Amar Ujala, Prague
Posted by: Jeet Kumar
Updated Thursday, Jan 20. 2022 03:35 AM IST
The son of Hannah Horga, a folk singer from the Czech Republic, said on local public radio that his mother Corona had not been vaccinated. He deliberately contracted Govt-19 disease and suffered ill health.
Hannah Horga, Folk singer of the Czech Republic
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Corona vaccines are not available for Horca
Hannah Horaka was the lead singer of the band Asonance. Horka’s son Rak and her husband were fully vaccinated. Rak told local public radio that his mother had not received the corona vaccine.
Rak said he and his father were suffering from corona and the mother should have been isolated for a week, but he was with us the whole time. This is why he was killed by Corona.
Surprisingly, in the death of vaccinated Czech folk singer Hana Horga, she deliberately attacked herself with Kovit-19 for a health pass. The family says this health pass allowed them to go to the sauna (steam bath) and theater.
In the Czech Republic, proof of vaccination is required to enter many social and cultural sites, including cinemas, bars and cafes. Covit-19 cases were reported in the Czech Republic on Wednesday.
Speaking of Horca, he said that even though we had corona, he decided to live normally with us and embraced the disease rather than being vaccinated.
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Rakh accused members of the local anti-wax movement of being responsible for his mother’s death, saying that the people involved had convinced his mother not to vaccinate and thus they were all guilty of my mother’s death. “I know who affected her,” she said. He also took part in the anti-wax movement.
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