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Popular night-club owner and UK’s biggest anti-vaccines, David Parker has died of COVID-19


David’s family members have begged other skeptics to put aside their doubts and get vaccinated, said one of his friends, who also caught coronavirus, however it did not have serious effects because he did get vaccinated.

The 56-year-old nightclub owner and a frequent critic of vaccination in the UK, died of COVID-19 , even sharing a few weeks before his death posts mocking drug companies and hinting at a “conspiracy ”.

Parker had no prior serious illnesses and was the manager of the Louis Club in Catterick Garrison, North Yorkshire, and this week the establishment announced his death in a statement:

“It is with great regret that we have to announce the passing of our boss, David Parker. He was being treated for the effects of Covid at Darlington Memorial Hospital, but lost his fight this afternoon . ”

“On behalf of the entire Louis family, we offer our condolences to his family and friends, we will miss him deeply. David was a pragmatic man, so he would have liked the club to continue, so we remain open with the family agreement , more information will be announced in due course.

His family members, who are devastated by his passing, have pleaded with other skeptics to put aside their doubts and get vaccinated.

“His family is devastated, they were very close and loved each other very much. But despite their terrible loss, they would like to know that they are encouraging everyone to get vaccinated because they do not want others to suffer as now , “said a friend of David, Steve Wignall at The Sun .

Wignal l, who works as a director at the Louis Club, fell ill with coronavirus the same day as his colleague, but he had been vaccinated, unlike Parker.

” He (David) did not believe in that (vaccination) and did not want it, it was due to mistrust of the elite, frankly, and we could not change our mind, ” he explained.

In several of his publications, he was suspicious of vaccines, even believing that there was some kind of conspiracy between the media and pharmaceutical companies.


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