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Unvaccinated comedian Christian Cabrera died of COVID-19 at the age of 40 – two days later, he texted his brother and said he was sorry he didn’t get it.

Cabrera, who left his wife and 3-year-old son, died of a coronavirus at a California hospital on Jan. 15 after the disease turned into pneumonia.

The funny man is known for his “China’s best friend” stage name and has more than 115,000 subscribers on Instagram.

Before the tragedy, Cabrera visited a social media site to inform her fans about her fight with COVID and shared a selfie showing her lying in an oxygen mask on her face on a hospital bed.

“I’ve been here at the ICU for almost a week, and now I can’t breathe on my own with Covid pneumonia infection in both lungs,” he wrote in his January 13 post.

“It must be the worst pain of my life! Thank you all for your love and prayers! I hear all your prayers in my sleep! Thank you and I hope to see you all soon!”

Cabrera died less than 48 hours later.

Cabrera leaves his wife and 3-year-old son, Noel, behind (pictured).

Although Cabrera did not provide any information about his vaccine status in a public post, his brother Gino told KTLA that the comedian was “skeptical of science” behind the vaccines and decided not to punish him.

Jino said the funny man sent him an SMS two days before his death and said he wanted to listen to the health workers, who appealed to the public for vaccination.

“I can’t breathe anymore,” Cabrera said in an SMS message to his brother. “I’m so sorry I didn’t get the vaccine. If I could do it again, I would have done it with a heartbeat to save my life. I’m fighting for my life here and I want to be vaccinated.”

Cabrera is pictured with his wife, who did not speak openly about the comedian's tragic death.  According to Cabrera’s brother Gino, the joker was skeptical of Covid’s vaccines and decided not to take them.
Cabrera is pictured with his wife, who did not speak openly about the comedian’s tragic death. Cabrera’s brother, Gino, said the joker was skeptical of COVID vaccines and decided not to take them.

Gino has now opened the GoFundMe page to raise money for her brother’s young widow and their little son, Noel.

“He has influenced the lives of so many people because he was a very kind, compassionate, generous, caring, beautiful person with a heart and soul,” Gino wrote on the fundraising page. “Christian has always made people laugh and brought joy to many people’s lives.”

Heartbroken fans have already raised more than $ 18,000.

Despite California’s reputation as a liberal fortress, less than three-quarters of the state’s population is fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

According to official figures, only 68.8 percent of Californians were punished. This figure is slightly higher than the national average, which currently stands at 63.9%.

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