A “match and wholesome” 42-year-old who liked climbing mountains and lifting weights has died of Covid after refusing to get the vaccine, leaving his twin sister and mom heartbroken and warning others to not assume they’re invulnerable to the hazards of the virus.The daddy of 1, John Eyers, a development skilled from Southport in Merseyside, was described by his sister Jenny McCann as “the fittest, healthiest individual I do know”.She added that her brother had been climbing Welsh mountains and wild tenting 4 weeks earlier than his demise.However he was left in intensive care after catching coronavirus, telling his advisor earlier than he was ventilated that he wished he had been vaccinated. His twin mentioned her brother’s demise was “a tragedy”. “He thought if he contracted Covid-19 he can be OK. He thought he would have a light sickness. He didn’t need to put a vaccine on his physique. His was pumped full of each drug within the hospital. They threw every part at him,” McCann mentioned on Twitter.“It shouldn’t have occurred. He leaves a mum and a dad, a sister (me), and a 19-year-old daughter. My two youngsters have misplaced their enjoyable uncle. The uncle who would all the time play with them.”McCann mentioned her brother had dressed up as Father Christmas for her youngsters. “My mum has misplaced her child boy. My niece, her much-loved and wanted dad. This shouldn’t have occurred. My mum desires individuals to learn about John. For his story to avoid wasting somebody’s life. For the ache and loss to drive individuals to get a vaccine.”Tributes additionally poured in from Eyers’ mates, with many describing him as “an extremely match individual” and “probably the most energetic and match individuals” they knew.One buddy wrote: “He had an enormous love for sport and health competing in bodybuilding, triathlons, mountain climbing and way more.“He helped me just a few years again after I was competing as I used to be fighting my prep and he was the help and additional steerage I wanted to push me by means of my present.“He wasn’t my coach. He helped me in his spare time and from the goodness of his coronary heart, as health was such an enormous ardour of his. I can by no means thank him sufficient for his help.”He added: “John sadly was misplaced to Covid with none underlying well being situations. His household desires this sharing for others to see and make them re-think a few of their choices surrounding Covid, which I feel is totally unimaginable.” Nonetheless, McCann mentioned her brother had bronchial asthma in an earlier tweet on 3 July.Healthcare employees and Covid sufferers have more and more spoken out about feeling a way of remorse about being unvaccinated as soon as they fall severely unwell.Dr Samantha Batt-Rawden, a senior intensive care registrar, mentioned she had come throughout just one affected person in essential care who had obtained each vaccination doses, and that the “overwhelming majority” of individuals she was seeing have been “utterly unvaccinated”.Batt-Rawden mentioned it was tough to witness the look of remorse on sufferers’ faces after they turned unwell and wanted to go on a ventilator. “You possibly can see it daybreak on them that they doubtlessly made the largest mistake of their lives [in not getting the vaccine], which is de facto exhausting,” she mentioned, including that she had overheard individuals telling relations about their regret.