A Covid denier named Hans Kristian Gaarder died of the virus just days after holding two illegal parties at his home.
After Hans Kristian Gaarder died on April 6, he tested positive for the virus, and at least a dozen people who attended his activities have also tested positive. On March 26 and 27, just days before his death, the conspiracy theorist held two illegal gatherings at a barn on his Norwegian farm.
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At least 12 people tested positive after attending the events, according to the local newspaper Hadeland. Police are now attempting to determine the total number of people who attended.
According to newsinenglish.no, local officials suspect Gaarder might have been sick for several weeks without telling anyone. On its website, the Gran Municipality announced the death of a man in his 60s.
Hans Kristian Gaarder spredte desinformasjon om Covid-19, fikk Covid-19 selv og nå er han død, hans disipler nekter for at viruset eksisterer og gjør smittesporingen til et helvete, desinformasjon tar liv. pic.twitter.com/zjdCpqsvRE
The municipality’s chief physician Løken issued a statement on the website that said, “A man in his 60s, living in Gran, has died after being ill with coronavirus. The person was not tested for coronavirus before he died, but it is confirmed afterward that he was infected with the virus.
“Gran municipality has become aware that two events were held, Friday 26 and Saturday 27 March, on the man’s property. We do not know how many and who have participated in the event, but ask the participants to take a corona test as soon as possible.”
Løken added, “We are again reminded of how dangerous the virus can be and how important it is that we endure the strict measure for a while longer,”
Gaarder was a well-known conspiracy theorist who appeared on television and edited an online publication.