A well-known presenter for the BBC, Lisa Shaw has now reportedly died after experiencing complications from the Astra Zeneca injection to prevent the coronavirus.
As The Daily Mail reports:
BBC presenter Lisa Shaw died due to complications from the AstraZeneca vaccine, a coroner concluded today in what is believed to be the first time a Covid jab has officially been ruled the underlying cause of death in the UK.
The otherwise healthy 44-year-old, who worked for BBC Radio Newcastle, died in May after developing headaches following her first dose of the British-made vaccine.
Coroner Karen Dilks heard Ms Shaw suffered from blood clots in her brain which caused a deadly stroke. She passed away at the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle three weeks after the injection.
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The inquest, which lasted less than an hour, heard that the condition linked to the AstraZeneca vaccine was extremely rare.
Experts have long claimed that such lethal conditions related to Covid prevention injections are so rare as to be essentially unheard of.