A 30-year-old man died after attending a “Covid Party” in the U.S
A “COVID Party” is a party held by someone diagnosed with the coronavirus. People attend the gathering to see if anyone gets infected and essentially determine if the virus is real.
Dr. Jane Appleby, chief medical officer for Methodist Hospital and Methodist Children’s Hospital, said the patient thought the coronavirus pandemic was a hoax.
“He thought he was young and he was invincible and wouldn’t get affected … One of the things that was heart-wrenching that he said to his nurse was, ‘I think I made a mistake,'” she said.
Some morons are hosting “COVID-19 parties” in a boneheaded effort to intentionally catch the deadly virus, U.S officials warned this week.
Many who attend “COVID party” are competing to see who can catch the virus first. During events reported in Alabama, some college students even gambled money to give to the “winner,” the one who catches COVID-19 first.