Tragic anti-vax mum who ‘wasn’t afraid of Covid’ dies of virus aged just 29

A mum who refused to get vaccinated and said she "was not afraid of Covid" has died from the virus at 29.

Bridget Jackson frequently turned to Facebook to speak out against mask mandates and the Covid vaccine.

Jackson, from Port Huron, would often share posts and memes on social media that promoted her stance on Covid.

In one post, the mother said that she "understands the risk" but doesn't "prioritise fear over life."

"Just because we don't wear a mask doesn't mean we lack common courtesy or don't respect you," she put in a post.

"We simply believe your fear is your issue."

The mother could be seen sharing her frustration with people's "fear" of Covid.

Jackson became sick with the virus in late November, asking Facebook friends for prayers and advice for "lung exercises" she could do.

She uploaded a post stating "Covid sucks" on December 1.

Jackson's sister Danielle Race took to Facebook to ask for prayers for Jackson, who was then struggling in hospital.

"She has been in the hospital the last month she's been fighting covid," said Race.

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"As of a couple days ago she took a turn for the worst and she is on the ventilator 100%."

Jackson tragically passed away that day, leaving behind her fiancé Eric Maitland, and her three children – all under the age of 10.

Her obituary reads: "Bridget’s greatest love was her family who she enjoyed camping and traveling with, but her world revolved around her children."

Dr. Rochelle Walensky, director of the CDC, reported that unvaccinated people are six times more likely to test positive for Covid than vaccinated people, according to the CDC's Covid Data Tracker.

"Even in our updated data, unvaccinated people are at 14 times greater risk of dying from COVID-19 than people who are vaccinated," said Dr. Walensky in a White House press briefing.

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