Unvaccinated healthy Texas student, 19, dies of Covid and her mom tells of regret that she didn't make her get the shot

A HEARTBROKEN mom says she regrets not forcing her 19-year-old daughter to get a jab after the healthy student died of Covid.

Breanna Gray, from Texas, was diagnosed with coronavirus in late July and died within just a few weeks.

The teen had no underlying conditions and was about to start a new semester at Navarro College before she was struck down by the bug.

Breanna's mom, Tabitha Gray, told of the last time she spoke to her daughter as she tried to calm her down after doctors told her she'd need to go on a ventilator.

"You just hear her screaming through the mask for me, and that was the last time," the grieving mom told Fox4.

"And the last voice I heard is her yelling for me in her mask.

"For me not being there to help my baby or be there is the worst feeling in the entire world."

When Breanna caught Covid and her parents, none of her family had been vaccinated – a decision Tabitha now desperately regrets.

"I feel like It’s my fault, I should’ve forced it," she added.

"I shouldn’t have let other people in my head or life get to me.

"I should’ve done what I needed to do to protect my family."

"We never thought it would happen, I never thought my baby would go before me."

Breanna was set to start as a freshman at Navarro College, and her dream was to own a salon.

She had posted photos from her hospital bed, with the caption: "I will not wish this rollercoaster on anybody worst pain and feel like your so alone in here. So plz wear mask is not a game."

Following the youngster's diagnosis on July 31 followed by her death on August 19, her family have decided to get jabbed.

"Our house is so quiet now," Tabitha added.

"It’s not a game. COVID is not a game." 

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