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Virus-denying fitness influencer Dmitriy Stuzhuk dies from COVID-19 in Ukraine

A Ukrainian fitness influencer died from COVID-19 complications days after admitting he was wrong to think the virus didn’t exist, his ex-wife announced in a heartbreaking tribute over the weekend.



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Dmitriy “Dima” Stuzhuk, who had more than 1.1 million followers on Instagram, began feeling sick during a recent trip to Turkey and was immediately hospitalized after returning to Ukraine, he said in a post Wednesday.

The 33-year-old social media star returned home after several days, but he had to be rushed back to the hospital last week after his condition quickly deteriorated. The virus apparently caused irreversible heart complications and Stuzhuk did not resist.

“Dima is no longer with us. His heart could not stand,” his ex-wife, Sofia Stuzhuk, wrote Friday on Instagram.

Her former partner’s last social media post was a pair of selfies he took before leaving the hospital last week. He acknowledged at the time that COVID-19 is not a hoax, as he had incorrectly told his followers.

“I want to share how I got sick and strongly warn everyone: I also thought that there was no covid… Until I got sick,” he wrote in Russian.

Sofia Stuzhuk later shared a touching tribute to her ex-husband, describing him as a a loving and supportive partner.

“We were no longer together, but it hurts me no less. I’m so sorry I’m very sorry. Thank you for everything,” she wrote. “You are our guardian angel and your love will always protect our angels.”

Dmitriy Stuzhuk is one of more than 5,800 Ukrainians who have died from COVID-19 since the virus began spreading across the world less than a year ago. The pneumonia-like illness has also sickened over 300,000 people in the country so far.

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Three days ago, Mr Stuzhuk, from Ukraine, shared a post on Instagram updating his 1.1 million followers on his condition, having contracted Covid-19.

Sharing pictures from his hospital bed, he wrote that during a recent trip to Turkey, he woke up one night with breathing difficulties, developing a cough the next day.

When he returned to Ukraine, Mr Stuzhuk underwent a test for coronavirus, which came back positive.

“I was one who thought that Covid does not exist… until I got sick,” he said in his Instagram post.

“COVID-19 IS NOT A SHORT-LIVED DISEASE! And it is heavy.”

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Stuzhuk added at the end of the caption that his condition was “stable”.

A day later, Stuzhuk’s ex-wife Sofia Stuzhuk, with whom he had three children, announced on Instagram that he had died.

Ms Stuzhuk shared a photograph of her and her ex-husband on the beach with their children at sunset. Their youngest child is nine months old.

The 25-year-old, who is also an influencer, then shared a second post dedicated to Stuzhuk, featuring another picture of them with their children.

“For the rest of my life I will remain grateful to you for our three beautiful children,” she wrote.

“For all the invaluable experience. And for who I have become with you.”

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Ukrainian fitness influencer Dmitriy Stuzhuk, who once thought there was no COVID-19, succumbs to disease



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Ukrainian fitness influencer Dmitriy Stuzhuk, who once thought there was no COVID-19, succumbs to disease

Famous Ukrainian fitness influencer and social media star Dmitriy Stuzhuk, who once thought that there was no COVID-19, died from the virus at the age of 33.

The Ukrainian citizen believed that the coronavirus does not exist. He caught the disease during a trip to Turkey. He was taken to hospital when he landed in Ukraine after being tested COVID-19 positive, reports the Sky News.

Though Stuzhuk was discharged from the hospital after eight days, he faced heart complications due to the COVID-19 virus. Following this, his 25-year-old wife Sofia rushed him to the hospital in a “grave condition” and “unconscious” state.

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Informing about the developments, she told her Instagram followers that her husband is not coping as he had problems with his cardiovascular system. “His state is extremely grave. No-one can do anything with this. I did everything I could so the father of my three children lives. But nothing depends on me now,” Sky News quotes wrote Sofia as saying.

However, she later announced her husband’s death, and wrote, “Only warm memories remain, three beautiful kids and valuable experience.”

Prior to being admitted for the second time, Stuzhuk had posted on social media from his hospital bed.

He had written to his 1.1 million followers, “I want to share how I got sick and to strongly warn everyone. I was one who thought that Covid does not exist…until I got sick.”

“COVID-19 IS NOT A SHORT-LIVED DISEASE! And it is heavy,” he had said. Stuzhuk and Sofia had separated six months ago.

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КОРОНАВИРУС «COVID», ДЕНЬ 8 ⠀ Как вы все знаете из историй, я болею корлнавирусом. Сегодня, вернувшись домой, первый раз появился энтузиазм хотя бы что-то написать. Хочу поделиться, как я заболел и убедительно предостеречь всех: я тоже думал, что нет никакого ковида, и это все относительно. Пока сам не заболел. COVID-19 БОЛЕЗНЬ НЕ ЭФЕМЕРНАЯ! И тяжелая. Но обо всем по порядку. ⠀ Как это было? Плохо мне стало на второй день в Турции. Я проснулся среди ночи от того, что у меня отекла шея и было тяжело дышать. При этом немного побаливал живот. ⠀ На следующий день начал появляться кашель, но температуры никакой не было. Особых симптомов болезни тоже не было, поэтому я подумал, что это могут быть последствия после занятия спортом, смены климата и питания ну и плюс сон под кондиционером. ⠀ После возвращения из Турции я сразу же пошел сдавать разные анализы, делать УЗИ и на всякий случай решил пройти тест на COVID. Он оказался положительным

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Three days ago, Mr Stuzhuk, from Ukraine, shared a post on Instagram updating his 1.1m followers on his condition, having contracted Covid-19.

Sharing pictures from his hospital bed, he wrote that during a recent trip to Turkey, he woke up one night with breathing difficulties, developing a cough the next day.

When he returned to Ukraine, Mr Stuzhuk underwent a test for coronavirus, which came back positive.

“I was one who thought that Covid does not exist… until I got sick,” he said in his Instagram post.

“COVID-19 IS NOT A SHORT-LIVED DISEASE! And it is heavy.”

Stuzhuk added at the end of the caption that his condition was “stable”.

A day later, Stuzhuk’s ex-wife Sofia Stuzhuk, with whom he had three children, announced on Instagram that he had died.

Ms Stuzhuk shared a photograph of her and her ex-husband on the beach with their children at sunset. Their youngest child is nine months old.

The 25-year-old, who is also an influencer, then shared a second post dedicated to Stuzhuk, featuring another picture of them with their children.

“For the rest of my life I will remain grateful to you for our three beautiful children,” she wrote.

“For all the invaluable experience. And for who I have become with you.”

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Fitness influencer Dmitriy Stuzhuk who had contracted coronavirus has passed away at the age of 33. Stuzhuk’s wife Sofia Stuzhuk confirmed the news of his death in an Instagram post on Saturday. The couple has three children. Stuzhuk earlier believed that COVID-19 was not real but recently in a social media post updated his followers that he was down with coronavirus after thinking that the infection was not real. The fitness influencer seems to have been infected with the virus during a trip to Turkey and was getting treatment for the disease in his native Ukraine. 9 Top Influencers You Should Follow in 2020.

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Detailing his experience, he wrote on social media, he wrote, “I felt bad on the second day in Turkey. I woke up in the middle of the night because my neck was swollen and it was hard to breathe. At the same time, my stomach ached a little. The next day, a cough began to appear, but there was no temperature. There were no particular symptoms of the disease either, so I thought that these could be consequences after playing sports, changing the climate and nutrition, and plus sleeping under air conditioning. After returning from Turkey, I immediately went to take various tests, do an ultrasound scan and, just in case, decided to take a COVID test. It turned out to be positive.” Ex-Porn Star Zoe Parker Dies ‘In Her Sleep’; Know More About the Former Adult Actress Who Was About to Start a New Life with Her Family.

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As the hospital was full of patients, Dmitriy ended up being up the hospital as it was “more convenient and comfortable”. But he had to be taken back to the hospital as Sofia said that he was in a “grave condition”. She said that he had cardiovascular problems. He added, “His heart is not coping. His state is extremely grave. No one can do anything with this.” Shortly after the incident, he passed away. Anastasia Tropitsel, Russian Social Media Influencer With Over Million Followers Dies in Bike Accident in Bali.

Taking to social media about husband’s death, Sofia said that they did not share a good relationship but had gone through good and bad situations together. She writes, “We have lived and experienced so much with you. You were there in sorrow and in joy… I will remain grateful to you for the rest of my life for our three beautiful children.”

Sofia further writes, “We were no longer together, but it hurts me no less. I am so sorry… I’m sorry. Thank you for everything, my important person, my main teacher, my guide, the father of my children. You are our

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