A Florida teen has died from COVID-19 after her mother took her to a "COVID party."
A state medical examiner's report reveals 17-year-old Carsyn Davis, a Fort Myers resident, tested positive after attending a church event in which its 100 participants were told not to wear masks.
In the nine days that followed, her mom, a registered nurse, gave her antibiotics and hydroxychloroquine -- both of which have been proven to be ineffective against the virus, the coroner reports.
Davis, a cancer survivor, died June 23rd.
Davis' death has been brought to light by data scientist Rebekah Jones, who says she found the M.E.'s report on her death while doing coronavirus research.
"I started looking into her mother, the church where the COVID party was held with more than 100 children, her health history, and who she was," Jones says.
She now wants Davis' mother and her church, First Assembly of God, to be held accountable for her death.
"I felt so angry and sad that this happened," Jones says.
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