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Unvaxxed comedian Christian Cabrera, 40, dies from COVID-19

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has died from COVID-19 at the age of 40 — just two days after texting his brother and revealing his regret at not getting the shots.

Cabrera — who has left behind a wife and a 3-year-old son – succumbed to the coronavirus at a California hospital on Jan. 15 after the disease developed into pneumonia.The funnyman was best known by his stage name “Chinese Best Friend” and boasted more than 115,000 followers on Instagram.

Before his tragic passing, Cabrera took to the social media site to update fans on his COVID battle, sharing a selfie that showed him lying in a hospital bed with an oxygen mask over his face. “Been here almost a week in ICU now not breathing on my own with Covid pneumonia infection on both lungs,” he captioned the poignant post on Jan.

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