Kristen Merrill, resident of West Point, Utah, contracted COVID19 and was unvaccinated. She’s upset now that the medical community isn’t catering to her as she would like. She advertises herself as an Integrated Health and Wellness Life Coach at Life 2.0.
Kristen demands monoclonal antibody (mAb) therapy, also called monoclonal antibody infusion treatment, and is a method of treating COVID19. Similar to vaccines, this therapy helps to prevent hospitalizations, reduce viral loads and lessen symptom severity.
This therapy relies on monoclonal antibodies: antibodies similar to those our body would make naturally in response to infection. However, monoclonal antibodies are mass-produced in a laboratory environment and designed to recognize a specific component of the SARS-CoV-2 virus — the spike protein on the outer shell.
“Finally getting monoclonal therapy after 48 plus hours of trying to get treatment and 6 doctor consultations. Everything feels more economical than health care related. Not happy with the system or my care thus far.”
Post treatment, Kristen reports to her friends she went to the pharmacy after treatment to pick up her new medications and threw up all over her car.
Her friend, Mandy Thompson Carver, isn’t happy with the system either
“I became totally disenchanted with the medical world when I became very very sick 16 years ago. It still hasn’t changed in fact it’s just gotten worse I just know how to play the games now. I’m sorry you’re so sick, I hope this helps!”
Kristen agrees and responds by pointing out the unvaccinated suffer serious discrimination. “It’s a shame it’s become this way. Serious vaccination discrimination too. Definitely not cool.”
Six Day History
Six days ago, Kristen was mocking public health professionals for announcing a new strain SARS-CoV-2, omicron. “Fear is decreasing. Announce a new strain.”
Two days ago, Kristen contracted COVID19 and blamed the “universe” for her problems. “Ok Universe! December strikes again! This month’s festivities include 2 broken washers, gum graft, ovarian cysts, and now Covid putting everything on hold. I’m giving up until next year.”
One day ago, Kristen reports to her social media followers that her conditions are “not good.”
Fourteen hours ago, Kristen was thoroughly frustrated.
It’s great getting 10 days off from work. (NOT)
I don’t need money… so we’re cool.
Can I at least just sleep in?
(Anxiety and no sleep symptoms)
Ten hours ago, Kristen provided an update. She got a blessing from her Mormon priest and purchased half the local Smith pharmacy supplies.
“Covid update! Thankful for a priesthood blessing, positive thoughts, and medicine! Oxygen up and staying around 95!”
Seven hours ago, Kristen went “live” with a social media broadcast. She looks like death warmed over at this point.
Kristen Merrill advertises as an Integrated Health and Wellness Life Coach at Life 2.0. Professionally, I could not recommend this practitioner to any of my friends. Imagine how her life would have been different (and better) had she simply been vaccinated. Please vaccinate!
She put herself and family at increased risk for her arrogance and resistance to listen to the best experts in America and around the world. She cost her family money; increased healthcare costs and congested the healthcare system — needing to speak with six doctors. The medication is in low supply and generally reserved.
Now she’s upset the medical system she ignored and mocked does not treat her well, and in fact claims she suffered discrimination for being unvaccinated.
“Finally getting monoclonal therapy after 48 plus hours of trying to get treatment and 6 doctor consultations. Everything feels more economical than health care related. Not happy with the system or my care thus far.“
Only in conservative America do we find such self-righteous, spoiled and privileged behavior in regard to the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic and COVID19 disease. Kristen’s behavior shames the Mormon church, puts herself at risk, and placed her family in danger.
Kristen has a beautiful family. Please vaccinate.
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