Sharon stone montana reveals her sister ‘who already had lupus’ diagnosed with COVID-19 and Sharon Stone blames people who won’t wear masks for her sister’s Covid-19 diagnosis
In Helena, Montana, USA, actress Sharon Stone criticized the lack of testing for Covid-19 in Montana, where her sister and brother-in-law are hospitalized for the respiratory virus.
In a video, he recounted through tears that the two are fighting for their lives after the death of two family members.
In Sunday’s Instagram post, the American actress called President Donald Trump a murderer. He said his adoptive grandmother and godmother died of the disease, while his sister, who suffers from lupus, could not be tested until she showed symptoms.
He also expressed frustration at the lack of testing for health workers and people in contact with someone with Covid-19, “like my mother, who had two heart attacks, five stents and a pacemaker in the last five months. His mother was not tested because she had no symptoms despite her previous health problems, he said.
His sister, Kelly Stone, is not well, he noted. The stress, the exhaustion, the burnout he suffers in this hospital conflicts with the conflict in court where people carry guns and say they have the right not to wear masks.
The governor’s office did not respond to the actress’ calls and the state health authorities hung up on her, she complained.
The actress – in a screenshot of the video she released – said her sister and brother-in-law are in hospital, while her grandmother and godmother have died.
Kelly had posted videos on Instagram from her hospital bed, where she is on oxygen. Sharon did not specify where her sister is admitted.
When they say there are tests for everyone, they’re lying, said the actress, who said there aren’t even tests for nurses in this hospital.
Stone called the governor last week and offered ideas for increased testing, but did not say he had a family member hospitalized at the time, the official’s office reported. A representative from Montana Citizen’s Advocate spoke with Stone Monday morning, Governor Steve Bullock said.
We’ve been in touch with our doctors to make sure they have the resources they need for testing and that the results are faster,” Bullock said.
People are dying and fighting for their lives because it’s all lies,” the actress said, adding that workers in the governor’s homes and health care facilities are so overwhelmed that they are not answering their phones.
Source: Journal La Jornada