Anti-vaxxer who compared Covid to ‘eating bad fajitas’ in ‘so much pain’

A woman who wanted to catch Covid-19 to prove it is 'not that bad' is now in 'so much pain' after contracting the virus.

Anti-vaxxer Laura Loomer has been vocal in criticising coronavirus vaccines as well as the threat of the pandemic.

She once declared the virus is no worse than a bad case of food poisoning and told her followers last year that she was keen to get Covid to prove it was not as bad as the media were suggesting.

Loomer had said: "I hope I get Covid just so I can prove to people I've had bouts of food poisoning that are more serious and life threatening than a hyped up virus.

"Have you ever eaten bad fajitas? That will kill you faster than Covid."

But now American activist Loomer has taken to social media again to explain how hard coronavirus has hit her.

Speaking on Telegram, she said: "Yesterday, I was feeling ill. I had a fever, chills, a runny nose, sore throat, nausea and severe body aches that made my whole body feel like I got hit by a bus, and after sleeping a few hours, my symptoms started to remind me how I felt when I had a bad case of the flu years ago.

"Just pray for me please. Can't even begin to explain how brutal the body aches and nausea that come with Covid are.

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"I am in so much pain."

Before catching Covid-19 Loomer has said she had no plans to get the vaccine after buying into conspiracy theories about how safe it is.

She also claimed that the media are delighting in her struggles with the virus.

Loomer added: "Their hopes that I die are a clear reminder that the left's growing outrage over supposed increased Covid deaths is all for show and political gain."

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