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Health & Fitness Instagram influencer 'who thought Covid didn't exist' dies of virus

20:18  18 october  2020
20:18  18 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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A fitness influencer who thought Covid didn't exist has died aged just 33 after contracting the virus on a trip to Turkey.

Dmitriy Stuzhuk had been discharged from hospital in his native Ukraine - but was rushed back and rapidly deteriorated.

To his one million subscribers, he appeared super-fit as he promoted sports and healthy living.

But his ex-wife and mother of his three children, Sofia Stuzhuk, 25, who announced his death said coronavirus had triggered heart complications.

After becoming ill, he had posted to his fans: 'I want to share how I got sick and to strongly warn everyone.

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'I was one who thought that Covid does not exist… Until I got sick.'

He told them: 'COVID-19 IS NOT A SHORT-LIVED DISEASE! And it is heavy.'

He had woken in Turkey with a swollen neck and breathing difficulties, he said.

Back in Ukraine, he was tested positive and hospitalised.

'The hospital is completely filled with people, some of them being treated in corridors,' he posted.

He showed how he needed an oxygen apparatus for breathing.

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After eight days he was permitted to leave his ward rather than remain in an overcrowded Kyiv hospital.

'At home, as they say, the walls heal - my condition is stable.'

But after a few hours he was rushed back to hospital where Sofia said he was soon in a 'grave condition' and 'unconscious'.

Sofia - who has five million followers - posted as he struggled for life: 'Dima (Dmitriy) had problems with his cardiovascular system…

a group of people standing on top of a sandy beach: After eight days he was permitted to leave his ward rather than remain in an overcrowded Kyiv hospital © Provided by Daily Mail After eight days he was permitted to leave his ward rather than remain in an overcrowded Kyiv hospital a person standing posing for the camera: But after a few hours he was rushed back to hospital where Sofia said he was soon in a 'grave condition' and 'unconscious' © Provided by Daily Mail But after a few hours he was rushed back to hospital where Sofia said he was soon in a 'grave condition' and 'unconscious'

'His heart is not coping…'

He suffered clinical death but medics restarted his heart.

She posted: '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... '

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Then 'heartbroken' Sofia announced his death.

a little girl standing in front of a building: Sofia posted: 'Only warm memories remain, three beautiful kids and valuable experience' © Provided by Daily Mail Sofia posted: 'Only warm memories remain, three beautiful kids and valuable experience' a group of people standing next to a body of water: He suffered clinical death but medics restarted his heart as they tried in vain to save him © Provided by Daily Mail He suffered clinical death but medics restarted his heart as they tried in vain to save him

The couple had three children David, Lola and Olivia. The youngest is just nine months old.

They split six months ago after she complained of 'constant betrayal, cursing, showdown and stress' but recently said they were back on good terms.

She posted: 'Only warm memories remain, three beautiful kids and valuable experience.

'God, it is so terrible to realise that he is not with us anymore....'

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