A BBC radio presenter, Lisa Shaw, has died as a result of receiving the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine, a coroner has concluded. Lisa worked for BBC Radio Newcastle and died at the city’s Royal Victoria Infirmary in May 2021.
She was admitted to the hospital after complaining about headaches. Doctors found that she had suffered a brain haemorrhage and died on 21 May 2021. She had been jabbed with the AstraZeneca vaccine 3 weeks earlier.
Lisa’s death came weeks after the UK’s vaccine advisory panel marked the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine unsafe for the over-40s - after reports of blood clots with low platelets. A number of other countries imposed similar restrictions or suspended the use of the vaccine entirely.
Still, the government has piles of the AZ vaccine and will continue jabbing other ages groups. It is interesting to note that the AZ Jab is STILL not licensed, but we will do a follow-up post shortly.
The madness continues.