Former pharmacist Serge Rader, considered one of the biggest opponents of vaccination in France, died at the age of 68, three days after his release from Pointe-à-Pitre hospital (Guadeloupe ) in which he had been placed in intensive care for a Covid-19 infection, reports Le Parisien.
His family say he died of a heart attack on May 22, weakened by a nosocomial infection.
“He had a coma for a week, then he stayed a little longer because he had contracted a nosocomial infection. He came out cured. But three days later, he went into cardiac arrest, weakened by this infection.”
In a video relayed on social networks, Serge Rader said on the sidelines of a demonstration last April that the Covid vaccine was ineffective, dangerous and that it killed.
Defender of hydroxychloroquine, the treatment recommended by Marseille professor Didier Raoult, Serge Rader appeared in the documentary “Hold-up” this fall, and relayed false information then very popular with conspirators.
Serge Rader was involved alongside Nicolas Dupont-Aignan, president and founder of the Debout la France party.