Diane Cooley-Lutz, 63, Quicksburg, VA, Retired RN, Reiki Healer, Anti-vaxxer, Currently Finding Out
Diane Colley is a retired RN who is now a Reiki healer. If you don't already know, a Reiki healer is someone who uses their hands to deliver energy to your body, improving the flow and balance of your energy to support healing.
Diane has quite a lot of thoughts on the vaccine and wants to make it clear that she's not an anti-vaxxer. She compares getting vaccinated to signing loan papers. She also claims that Trump's favorite cure, hydroxychloroquine (which she doesn't even know how to spell) works. Jump to comments.
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You're going to need a lot of patience to read what she writes next. She rambles on about mandates, FDA approval, and why she's the expert. I wonder how many people she potentially persuaded to not get vaccinated.
She shared a ton of articles on natural immunity.
She also thought she had some sort of a gotcha moment here.
This one doesn't even need commentary.
This is her last post before she goes dark for a bit. How much do you want to bet that her anti-vaxx stance has everything to do with her political leaning?
Uh oh. Diane has COVID pneumonia and is hospitalized.
Two months later, Diane popped back onto FB to update her profile pic. Her daughter commented that her mom was transferred to a different hospital that specializes in ventilator weaning.
Diane then gave a few updates and claimed to be kicking Covid's butt.
Three months hospitalized and she's finally weaning off the vent.
I don't think I would say that I'm breathing like a "normal person" when I've got a cannula and I'm still on oxygen.
She really likes the staff at this hospital and claims to be jotting notes for her book. 😬
After 94 days hospitalized, she's finally home. A vaccine sounds a lot easier than all of this. Do you think she'll change her stance?
A week later and she's asking for a Reiki or energy healer to help her grandchild who is now hospitalized.
Again, a vaccine would have been so much easier than all of this.
She won't go into details, but she was not happy with the hospital staff from the first hospital. 🤬
Two months since she was discharged from the hospital and she's still on O2.
Why chance it and end up cheering on 14 steps while you're still on O2?
I don't think she's going to change her mind about getting vaccinated. I hope I'm wrong. Don't be like Diane: get vaccinated! A vaccine would have been so much easier than all of this.