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A FITNESS influencer, Dmitriy Stuzhuk, who thought that Covid-19 did not exist, died aged 33 after contracting the virus while traveling in Turkey. Dmitriy Stuzhuk was released from the hospital in his native Ukraine after testing positive, but was discharged and his health rapidly deteriorated.

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To his 1 million subscribers, the 33-year-old looked super fit while promoting exercise and a healthy lifestyle.

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

After getting sick, she wrote to her fans, “I want to share how I got sick and give everyone a strong warning.

“I was one of those who thought that Covid did not exist …

Until I fell ill.”

He told them: “COVID-19 IS NOT A LIVING DISEASE! And it is difficult. ”

Dmitriy woke up in Turkey with a swollen neck and shortness of breath, he said.

Upon his return to Ukraine, he tested positive and was hospitalized.

“The hospital is full of people, some of whom are being treated in the corridors,” he wrote.

He showed how he needed an oxygen machine to breathe.

After eight days, he was allowed to leave his service instead of staying in the crowded Kiev hospital.

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But after a few hours he was returned to the hospital, where Sofia said he would soon be in “serious condition” and “unconscious”.

Sofia, who has five million followers, wrote in the struggle for life: “Dima (Dmitriy) was having problems with his cardiovascular system …

“His heart is not …”

She suffered a clinical death, but medical professionals reset her heart.

She wrote: “His condition is extremely serious. Nobody can do anything with it.

“I did everything possible so that the father of my three children lived. But now nothing depends on me … ”

Then Sofia, heartbroken, announced her death.

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

They parted ways six months ago after complaining of “constant betrayal, swearing, confrontation and stress,” but recently said they were back on good terms.

She wrote: “Only warm memories remain, three beautiful children and precious experiences.

“God, it’s so terrible to realize that he’s no longer with us …”

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