Famous singer from Czech Republic, Hana Horka, has died of Covid-19, two days after posting on social media that she was recovering from the virus, after testing positive.
Hana had refused to be unvaccinated.
The news of her death was announced by her son, Jan Rek, who claimed the singer intentionally got infected when he and his father had the virus, in order to be able to get a recovery pass to access certain venues.
Jan Rek and his father, who are both fully vaccinated, both caught Covid-19 over Christmas, but his mother had decided not to stay away from them, preferring instead to expose herself to the virus, the son explained.
He said “She should have isolated for a week because we tested positive. But she was with us the whole time”.
Hanna Horka was a member of one of the oldest Czech folk groups, Asonance. She had wanted to catch Covid-19 so there would be fewer restrictions on her movement, Rek explained.