He didn’t have time to enjoy the wedding that he died because of Delta variant. Aude Alaskar, 27 years old who lived in Sidney, he had refused to do vaccine because he was afraid of long-term side effects. But those of the virus were far more serious: he collapsed in the shower and there was no way to revive him. Aude had married his wife Yasmin a few weeks ago. She was the one who handed him the Covid after contracting him in a nursing home where he works. They had to go into solitary confinement, but he didn’t survive.
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Aude Alaskar worked as a forklift driver. Cousin Khalid Thijeel said Aude was not a no vax, but he was concerned about possible side effects and “was just waiting to see» if new dangers emerged from vaccination. «He wanted to see what long-term effects there were», the cousin told the Daily Mail. After contracting the virus, the meltdown was quick. “He woke up yesterday, he felt fine, had breakfast, called his family and then took a shower around 4pm and that’s it.», Thijeel said. «He only got married about 6 weeks ago … he was just starting his life».
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The youngest victim in New South Wales
Aude is the youngest Covid victim in New South Wales and was on her 13 day home isolation. Another cousin Bash Mnati paid homage to Aude as a ‘perfect man». “He was so kind, he was so good, he never had a problem with anyone», Mnati said. “He just got married about three months ago and his wedding party was in two months». His health condition was checked on a daily basis by staff from Sydney’s Southwest Local Health District, but Chief Health Officer Kerry Chant said it “suddenly got worse.».
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