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Richard Rose

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Richard Rose, an Ohio Army veterinarian who refused to wear a face mask because he didn’t want to be involved in “this fucking hype” died of complications from the coronavirus on July 4.

Richard Rose Age

He is 37 years old.

Richard Rose Died

Richard Roseof Port Clinton, who worked for nine years, including two tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, died at home, according to an online obituary.

On April 28, he reported that he was ignoring official recommendations to wear a face mask in the midst of the deadly pandemic.

“Let me clarify,” wrote Rose. “I don’t buy a sex mask. I came here not buying this damn hype.”

After his death, this message was shared about 18,000 times, when hundreds of commentators laughed at him.

“And now you’re dead,” wrote one person. “I bet your family wants you to wear a mask …”

“Natural selection, RIP”, another posted.

Nick Conley

Nick Conley, who was a friend of Rose’s, told WOIO that ridicule was not necessary.

“Rick is slaughtered online now for his decision to take a mask and it’s not fair,” said Conley. “We should always have compassion, whether or not we agree with someone’s beliefs. Someone has died and we should have compassion for that.”

Rose posted on July 1 that he had been “very sick in recent days”.

Shortly after, he wrote, “Well. I am officially quarantined for the next 14 days. I just tested positive for COVID-19. It sucks because I just started a new job! ”

The next day, he wrote: “It sucks! I’m so breathless sitting here. ”

His last message arrived the day before his death: a meme with the words: “When you see me in paradise, it’s not you, idiot.”

Conley called him “horrible that we lost Rick”

Conley called him “horrible that we lost Rick”, adding that “the even more tragic part of that is who else got infected because of the actions he chose”.

He added that he hoped that Rose’s death would serve as a warning to others.

“I know a lot of people who didn’t know someone who has been diagnosed with the virus and I wanted people to realize that it was real and I hope people will see that it happens and that people will be more cautious, “he told the local broadcaster.

Rose’s obituary said he loved social media, online streaming, the paranormal, and his two cats, Dale and Tucker. He was a fan of NASCAR, land racing and soccer for the Georgia Bulldogs.