Daughters Say Mom Who Died of COVID Would Do Anything for Them — Except Get Vaccinated

The two daughters of a Washington woman who died of COVID-19 say her mother was a victim of online vaccine misinformation.
Cori Taylor-Wall of Kitsap County, Washington, died 12 days after catching the Delta variant on September 5. She was 57 years old.
“We were her life. She loved us so much and would do anything for us except get a vaccine, ”daughter Jennie Wall told King5 News.
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Cori believed she had antibodies to COVID-19 after presumably getting the virus at the start of the pandemic, the station reported, although this has never been confirmed by doctors.
Jennie, a respiratory therapist, said her mother was simply "not up to" the "aggressive" virus. She had asked her mother to get vaccinated before she died, but to no avail.
"I would tell her what I went through every day in the COVID intensive care unit," she told the ward, adding that convincing her to get vaccinated "never seemed enough".
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Jennie was informed that her mother would not survive her battle with COVID-19 while assisting a patient in her own hospital.
“I have to speak to the doctor who tells me my mom won't make it on my Apple Watch while I'm in the patient room because we just don't have the staff or the time to take a break and even answer to answer in the hallway, "she told King5 News.
Cori's daughters called their late mother a "super mom" with a big heart. "She was so generous and loving. She just wanted to give, give, give," said Kellie Wall.

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