She was 57 years old, singer of a Czech folk group specializing in Irish and Scottish music. She decided to catch Covid intentionally, in order to avoid the vaccine, and now is unfortunately dead.
This is the story of Hana Horkà. In recent days she wrote on her social media that she was infected with the Delta variant.
“I’m very happy about it because in this way I would be able to start having a “free” life like everyone else, and go back to the cinema, on vacation, to take a sauna, to the theater”.
Her son, Jan Rek said: ‘She decided to continue to live normally with us and preferred to catch the disease than to get vaccinated.’
Two days before her death, Horka took to social media to say: ‘I survived… It was intense. So now there will be the theatre, sauna, a concert… and an urgent trip to the sea,’ she added.
Horka went for a walk outside but when she returned she started to complain about back pain and soon after, died choking in her bed.
An obituary of the singer appeared on the Asonance website and the causes of her death have not been specified.
Jan accuses several experts who have long spoken out against vaccination. “You took my mother, who based all her arguments on your basis. I despise you, you are an absolute waste,” he wrote on Facebook.
‘I know exactly who influenced her… It makes me sad that she believed strangers more than her proper family,’ Rek said.
‘It wasn’t just total disinformation but also views on natural immunity and antibodies acquired through infection,’ he added.
Horká joined the band Asonance as a graduate of the Prague Conservatory. “It is becoming the main trump card of the vocal section,” the band writes on the web.
They recorded their last joint album in 2019 with the title The Return of the King.