Richard Ferbras (67), singer of British band Wright Said Fred, known for the irresistible ’90s song “I’m So Sexy”, was taken to hospital by ambulance last Saturday after contracting coronavirus. The accident doesn’t change Verbas, a notorious pest control agent.
Six months ago, Ferbas called corona vaccines “fraud”. He recently contracted the virus and as an unvaccinated he ended up in hospital with respiratory issues last weekend. He himself says that everything went well. “I had a little bit of Covid, but it wasn’t too bad. I had a slight shortness of breath and felt very tired.”
He had nothing but praise for the hospital’s care staff. “They didn’t condemn my choice and were open about how I wanted to be treated. I just asked to maintain my oxygen level,” says the singer.
His position on vaccinations did not change after the event. “These vaccines are for experimental use only. The testing phase will end in 2023 and the long-term effects are not yet known. Anyone who is vaccinated now is not thinking twice.” When studies are completed in 2023 and it appears that there are no serious health problems associated with vaccines, he wants to open up about vaccination.
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