A YOUNG ER nurse infected with Covid-19 died after suffering complications from the virus.
The nurse, identified as Olivia Guidry, previously made anti-vax statements on social media warning people not to get vaccinated.
Who was Olivia Guidry?
Guidry was a registered nurse in the emergency department at Ochsner Lafayette General in Lafayette, Louisiana.
Guidry graduated from LSU Alexandria with a nursing degree and took pre-med courses at LSU Eunice, hoping to go to medical school.
The young nurse was diagnosed with Covid-19 in early July, per her sister Brittany Smith's social media post.
According to Smith, her sister had a high fever and a seizure.
Guidry was placed in a medically induced coma on Thursday, July 8.
However, a year before her Covid diagnosis, Guidry warned people not to get vaccinated in recent uncovered social media posts.
According to Raw Story, the nurse posted tweets referring to the global vaccine drive as a "social experiment" to control people.
"This vaccine has been released using recombinant DNA technology faster than any vaccine in the world.
"It manipulates your DNA at the tiniest molecular level. Do. Not. Get. It. It's not safe," Guidry reportedly wrote in July 2020, before any vaccines were approved.
"Am I the only one thinking they are trying to see how much they can control us???" she wrote in the same month. "We are a straight up social experiment."
Her Twitter account has since been deleted, but screenshots of the tweets have been spread around social media.
What was her cause of death?
Guidry died on Saturday, July 10, from neurological complications after recently testing positive for COVID-19.
However, Ochsner Lafayette General CEO Al Patin said Guidry's cause of death had not been determined – and an autopsy will be performed in the coming days.
Ochsner Lafayette General said this on July 12 about the nurse's death over the weekend.
“We are extremely saddened by the loss of Olivia Guidry, a registered nurse at Ochsner Lafayette General Medical Center," Patin said in a prepared statement.
"She was a beloved member of our hospital family and dedicated to taking care of every patient who entered our emergency department.
"We offer our sincerest condolences to the Guidry family, and out of privacy and respect for them during this unimaginable time, we cannot provide further comment," Patin said.
"We are focused on providing support and counseling to our team members who worked alongside Olivia every day and are mourning the loss of their friend and colleague.”
It is unclear if Guidry was vaccinated at the time of her death.
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