CHICAGO — Veronica Wolski, the QAnon adherent whose recent hospitalization made her a cause célèbre for the controversial medication ivermectin, died in the intensive care unit of AMITA Health Resurrection Medical Center early Monday, a hospital spokeswoman said. She was 64.

Wolski’s social media followers said she was being treated for COVID-19, but the hospital, citing federal privacy laws, has declined to comment on her diagnosis. The Cook County medical examiner did not list a cause of death.

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