Girl, 17, dies of coronavirus after mom took her to church’s ‘catch Covid’ party where none of the 100 guests wore masks

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A 17-YEAR-OLD girl died of coronavirus after her mom took her to a church “catch Covid” party where none of the 100 guests work masks.

Carsyn Davis was admitted to Golisano Children’s hospital in Fort Myers last month before her health quickly deteriorated.

Two days later, on her birthday, she was admitted to the intensive care unit with Covid-19 and was placed on a ventilator.

She was then airlifted to a hospital across the state for respiratory care, a GoFundMe page said.

But later, she lost her battle against the virus.

Medical notes, obtained by Newsweek, have since revealed that Davis was taken to a church party before her death.

The event, which was dubbed a “release party” on Facebook, included a DJ, music and games.

Data scientist Rebekah Jones said that Davis’ mother took her to the party to “intentionally expose her immuno-compromised daughter to this virus,” Metro reported.

The outlet claimed that the teenager was obese and suffered from a nervous-system disorder.

“I started looking into her mother, the church where the COVID party was held with more than 100 children, her health history, and who she was and I felt so angry and sad that this happened,” Jones told Newsweek.

After attending the party her parents gave her azithromycin as a preventative treatment between June 10 and 15, Metro reported.

The outlet said that apparently developed a headache and mild cough while taking the drug, and Brunton Davis, her mom, said she “looked gray” as she slept on June 19.

She was then hooked up to an oxygen supply and was given hydroxychloroquine by her parents, but later lost her battle.

A GoFundMe page was set up following Davis’ death.

The page read: “While her time here ended far too soon, many can attest that she was beyond her 17 years of age.

“Her kindness, giving heart, and sweet laughter has been a blessing to each person she has met. 

“Throughout her life, she has endured battles for her health with strength and grace.

“Her family is sound in that where she is now, she no longer has to fight and can live the heavenly life she has always deserved.”

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