Registered nurse Andraya Zelle treats a patient in the COVID intensive care unit at UW Medical Center-Montlake, Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2021, in Seattle. AP Photo/Elaine Thompson
Abderrahmane Fadi spent nine days in hospital with COVID-19, where he was “between life and death.”
He said it was “the punishment I deserve” for not getting a coronavirus vaccine.
He said he regretted turning it down: “Why didn’t I go for the vaccine? Why?”
A man almost killed by the coronavirus said he deserves “punishment” for not getting vaccinated against it.
Abderrahmane Fadi told the BBC that he had to spend nine days in a UK hospital after he was infected in June and that he now still struggles to breathe.
“I regret not having the vaccine, actually.