A vocal opponent of vaccines against the coronavirus died Monday, days after he was hospitalized in serious condition with COVID-19.
Hai Shoulian, 57, remained defiantly opposed to vaccines until his death, urging fellow anti-vaxxers “to continue fighting” in a Facebook post Saturday that included a photo of him hooked up to an oxygen concentrator.
“The situation is most critical. I’m incapable of speaking or responding to people. I have no oxygen and am unable to stabilize,” he wrote.
Shoulian said he believed that, “with God’s help,” he would recover in two-three weeks and railed at the government’s Green Pass system, which limits entry to many venues and events to those who are vaccinated, recovered from COVID, or who present a negative coronavirus test result.
“It has nothing to do with the coronavirus. It has nothing to do with vaccines. It has to do with coercion,” he said.
In a video last week, Shoulian claimed police tried to poison him after he was arrested during a recent protest against the Green Pass.
“I’m telling you, this is an attempt to wipe me out and if something happens to me know that’s exactly what happened,” he said.
חברים יקרים. מצבי קריטי ביותר.אני במצב קשה מאוד בבית חולים וולפסון שבחולון מחלקת קורונה.לא מסוגל לדבר ולהגיב…
Following his death, other opponents of the coronavirus vaccines made similar unfounded claims about his death, with numerous Facebook users writing on his final post that he was murdered.