17 year old Florida girl died after Church "Covid" party and Hydroxychloroquine treatment by mother

A Florida medical examiner recently released a report that raised serious questions about the death of a Fort Myers teenager, according to Emily Czachor of Newsweek. The girl died on June 23rd, two days after her 17th birthday, from Covid-19 related complications. The girl, Carsyn Davis, had survived cancer but was left with an autoimmune disorder. She died of respiratory failure.

The ME noted that Davis had attended a 100-person church party two weeks before she died, allegedly to intentionally expose her to the virus. Attendees at the party were not required to wear masks. After contracting the virus, Davis was given antibiotics, hydroxychloroquine and oxygen by her mother Carole Brunton Davis. Carole Davis is a nurse.

Davis gave her daughter azithromycin, an anti-bacterial drug with no known benefits for fighting COVID-19, after she developed headaches, sinus pressure and a cough. Then she gave Carsyn hydroxychloroquine, an antimalarial drug touted as a cure by President Donald Trump, despite evidence of deadly side effects, and Carsyn’s condition worsened. Davis finally took her daughter to a hospital, where she was admitted to a pediatric intensive-care unit — but declined intubation until it was too late.

News of Carsyn's death were reported at the time by local media outlets after Carole Davis put up a now deleted Facebook post. It wasn't until data scientist Rebekah Jones, who formerly oversaw the Florida Department of Health's COVID-19 dashboard, obtained a copy of the ME's report did the full story become clear however.

Jones was fired from her role at the Department of Health in May. Jones claims it was because she was committed to accessibility and transparency regarding Florida's Covid-19 cases.

“We are incredibly saddened by her passing at this young age, but are comforted that she is pain free,” Davis told the News-Press after her daughter’s death. Carole called her daughter a "patriotic Christian" who was involved with Operation Christmas Child and organized Christmas card writing for Ten Thousand for the Troops.

Carole Davis has set up a Gofundme page to help with Carsyn's unnecessary medical expenses. The site has raised nearly $9000, which will now likely go directly to Carole.