BANGKOK, THAILAND – A famous TV Host in Thailand has died 19 days after receiving the second dose of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine. Bird Kamol Sukkapat, also known as “BirdKamol” on social media, got the shot on Friday, October 1st. He suffered multiple health problems just days after the injection. He was eventually hospitalized with lung disease which he died from this morning. Fans have flocked to pay their respects to the eccentric TV host and social media influencer.

Bird, who has over 132,000 followers on Facebook, posted this message on October 1st:

“Second AZ (AstraZeneca) vaccine. I hope I don’t have symptoms tonight”

Just 2 days later, on October 3rd, he posted this message saying:

“Severely ill because of the AstraZeneca vaccine”

Subsequently, on October 19th, a photo of the location of Kasemrad BK Hospital was shared with the message:

“Why is it so mean that I have to die?”

The many encouraging comments turned into condolences after Bird’s sudden death was announced today.

The TV show that Bird hosted, posted this tribute after the news broke:

“Rip P’ Bird, the host of the hilarious Tut program. She died of lung disease at 03.30 am today. We are very sad. She’s gone and never coming back again. She was a good host, professional, funny, and a very unique person. No one can really replace her. Thank you P’ Bird for the many memories and good lessons that you have always taught me. I love you forever.”

Fans of Bird are calling for an investigation into his sudden death:

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