Edgar Ramirez reveals the death of his aunt, uncle and two dear friends due to COVID-19

A little less than a month after it was revealed that his grandmother had passed away COVID-19Actor Edgar Ramirez gave another heartbreaking update that his aunt and uncle had passed away from the virus, too.

The 44-year-old actor born in San Cristobal, Tachira, Venezuela, revealed that his Venezuelan family members and friends who died were not vaccinated, as they did not have access to the vaccine in his home country.

The Jungle Cruise star also lost Rafael, brother of his aunt Nidia, whom he called his ‘dear friend’, and his Venezuelan agent and good friend Laureano recently, as he begged his fans and followers for vaccinations and protection of the vulnerable.

Heartbreaking: A little less than a month after it was revealed his grandmother’s death from COVID-19, actor Edgar Ramirez gave another heartbreaking update that his aunt and uncle have now died from the virus, too.

Please read this post carefully. It’s the most painful and intimate thing I’ve ever had to share in my life, but I think it’s important to share,” Ramirez began commenting on his message.

Sometimes it feels like a nightmare I’m going to wake up from, but I know it’s not. It was as real as the air that I could hardly breathe at the moment, he said.

The actor also posted a 10-minute interview with Dr. Anthony Fauci in which we discussed vital information on how to deal with COVID 19 and the urgent need for vaccination, especially those of us who are lucky enough to get a vaccine.

Painful: Please read this post carefully.  It's the most painful and intimate thing I've ever had to share in my life, but I think it's important to share,

Painful: ‘Please read this post carefully. It’s the most painful and intimate thing I’ve ever had to share in my life, but I think it’s important to share,” Ramirez began commenting on his message.

No one with access to a vaccine should die from COVID 19. Please read this information, watch the interview, and please share. Thank you very much, Edgar, the actor concluded.

The publication itself was an emotional statement that spread on a number of photos, which began, unfortunately, the miracle did not happen. After horrific suffering, my aunt Lucy died on Saturday. After stabilizing for a few days and in just a matter of hours, my uncle Guillermo collapsed and died on Sunday.

He added that COVID took their lives in less than 24 hours, and they didn’t even collect his aunt’s ashes when they had to cremate his uncle’s body.

No miracle: The post itself was an emotional statement spread over a number of photos, which began, ``Unfortunately the miracle did not happen.  After horrific suffering, my aunt Lucy died on Saturday.  After being settled for a few days and in just a matter of hours, my uncle Guillermo collapsed and died Sunday.'

No miracle: The post itself was an emotional statement spread over a number of photos, which began, “Unfortunately the miracle did not happen. After horrific suffering, my aunt Lucy died on Saturday. After being settled for a few days and in just a matter of hours, my uncle Guillermo collapsed and died Sunday.’

Then just a day later, he learned that Rafael, his aunt Nydia’s brother-in-law, had passed away on Monday, after months of battling the coronavirus.

The actor added that they died a month and two days after his grandmother Bertha died of the virus, and four months after the death of his Venezuelan agent and good friend, Loriano, due to the Corona virus.

My heart can’t take any more pain. I’m sad, I’m frustrated, I’m frustrated. It’s been weeks and weeks of my family playing, torturing and provoking this cruel, treacherous and violent disease that mercilessly ended up killing them all.”

Agent: The actor added that they died a month and two days after his grandmother Bertha died of the virus and four months after his Venezuelan agent and good friend Laureano died of the Corona virus.

Agent: The actor added that they died a month and two days after his grandmother Bertha died of the virus and four months after the death of his Venezuelan agent and dear friend Laureano due to the Corona virus.

No More Pain: My heart can't handle any more pain.  I'm sad, I'm frustrated, I'm frustrated.  It's been weeks and weeks of my family playing, torturing and provoking this cruel, treacherous and violent disease that mercilessly ended up killing them all.”

No more pain: my heart couldn’t hurt more. I’m sad, I’m frustrated, I’m frustrated. It’s been weeks and weeks of my family playing, torturing and provoked by this cruel, treacherous and violent disease that mercilessly ended up killing them all.”

He added that he refuses to allow these “waves of despair to take hold in my soul”, and that none of the deceased were vaccinated, adding: “None of them got a vaccine in Venezuela.

“Meanwhile, tens of thousands of vaccines are being phased out in the United States because too many people don’t want them,” Ramirez continued.

“It breaks my heart that so many people in this country are willing to turn down the very vaccine my family would have taken in an instant,” he added.

There is no vaccine: He refuses to allow these, 'waves of despair to take root in my soul,' and that none of the deceased has been vaccinated, adding: 'None of them had a vaccine in Venezuela.

There is no vaccine: He refuses to allow these, ‘waves of despair to take root in my soul,’ and that none of the deceased has been vaccinated, adding: ‘None of them had a vaccine in Venezuela.

Snub: He added that

Snub: He added that it “breaks my heart that so many people in this country are willing to turn down the very vaccine my family would have taken in an instant.”

Then he issued a fervent appeal to anyone who was able to vaccinate, to do so, if not for himself, but to protect the weak around him.

Don’t do it yourself. Do this to protect the weak, the immunocompromised, and all other people who could get very sick if infected.

Ramirez added that “everyone agreed” that those who had not been vaccinated “carry more of the deadly virus and can transmit it faster” than those who have been vaccinated.

Transmission: Ramirez added that 'everyone agreed' that those who had not been vaccinated 'carry more of the deadly virus and can transmit it faster' than those who have been vaccinated.

Transmission: Ramirez added that ‘everyone agreed’ that those who had not been vaccinated ‘carry more of the deadly virus and can transmit it faster’ than those who have been vaccinated.

He added that vaccination is an “act of mercy”, before mentioning his interview with Dr. Anthony Fauci, which he also posted on his Instagram page.

The representative said he hopes the conversation with Fauci will serve as a “stepping stone” for those who are reluctant to get vaccinated.

“Finally, I encourage you all to follow science and honest information, and please, please… if you can, get vaccinated, so you can help save those around you,” he concluded.

Ramirez’s Yes Day star Jennifer Garner also re-posted to her Instagram story, adding: “The story of my dear friend @edgarramirez25 is too heartbreaking and too important not to share.”

Starting point: The actor said he hopes the conversation with Fauci will be like

Starting point: The actor said he hopes the conversation with Fauci will serve as a “stepping stone” for those reluctant to get vaccinated.

FOLLOW THE SCIENCE: Finally, I encourage all of you to follow the science and honest information, and please, please, please... if you can, get vaccinated, so you can help save those around you,

FOLLOW THE SCIENCE: Finally, I encourage all of you to follow the science and honest information, and please, please, please… if you can, get vaccinated, so you can help save those around you,

VERY IMPORTANT: Yes Day co-star Jennifer Garner also retweeted Ramirez's post on her Instagram story, adding: 'My dear friend @edgarramirez25's story is too heartbreaking and too important not to share it'

VERY IMPORTANT: Yes Day co-star Jennifer Garner also retweeted Ramirez’s post to her Instagram story, adding: ‘My dear friend @edgarramirez25’s story is too heartbreaking and too important not to share it’

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