Who was Maurizio Buratti? Bio, Wiki, Age, Anti-Vaxxer Dies of COVID

Maurizio Buratti Bio/Wiki

According to local media, an Italian anti-vaxxer and COVID denial named Maurizio Buratti died of COVID-19 after declaring himself a “plague spreader” and boasted about walking around unwell and maskless at a supermarket.

Maurizio Buratti, popularly known as Mauro from Mantua, died just a few weeks after being admitted to a Verona hospital.

Age

He was 61 years old.

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Buratti’s condition deteriorated after he called into the Zanzara radio show on Radio 24, where he was a frequent and well-known commentator, and publicly told listeners he was extremely unwell, with a high temperature, but had made a point of strolling around a crowded grocery store maskless.

He railed against pandemic-related limitations, claiming to be “defending the constitution,” and stated that he would not get tested for the coronavirus due to a rumored conspiracy in which he believed that the test swabs themselves were the source of the virus.

Brescia claims that Only on the demand of fans and Giuseppe Cruciani, the host of Zanzara, did he go to the hospital today. “Because the Communists are there,” he said, he declined to seek treatment in his hometown of Mantua.

Buratti came in “desperate conditions,” according to Enrico Polati, director of the ICU at Hospital de Borgo Trento, where he was treated.

He said, “We did everything and a little more, but the disease was inexorable,”

Buratti apparently maintained his anti-vaxxer ideas even as his condition deteriorated and he was intubated, telling fans that he wanted to seek asylum elsewhere in order to avoid being vaccinated.

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According to BresciaToday, Buratti also appeared to recognize the existence of COVID-19 in a recorded update aired on Zanzara. “I was diagnosed with bilateral pneumonia, it appears to be COVID,” he said in the letter.

Cruciani paid tribute to him on Instagram after his passing, writing, “You were, you are, Mauro from Mantua. We made fun of you, you insulted us, we talked about it all the way to the threshold of a court, but we had fun like never in life. And today I got a blow to the heart.”

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