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Psychologist dies from reaction to AstraZeneca vaccine

Psychologist Stephen Wright, 32, died 10 days after taking the first dose of AstraZeneca’s Covid19 vaccine. The vaccine caused side effects in humans. Wright died in London on January 25, 2021. However, the cause of death came to light this week following the opinion of chief medical examiner Andrew Harris.

According to Harris, Wright developed a blood clot in the brain, a “very unusual and deeply tragic case”. The coroner lamented the lack of studies that could show how the AstraZeneca vaccine causes this effect in humans.

On the day of his admission, the doctor felt a severe headache. His wife, Charlotte, said her husband even passed out a number of times, behavior repeated in the hospital.

Currently, the widow is fighting to change Wright’s death certificate. The document states that the psychologist died of “natural causes”. She also announced a lawsuit against AstraZeneca over the vaccine. Relatives of other victims are also part of the campaign.

In a statement, the pharmaceutical company said: “We are deeply saddened by the death of Stephen Wright and offer our deepest condolences to his family for his loss. Patient safety is our top priority and regulators have clear and strict standards to ensure the safe use of all medicines, including vaccines.”

The Brazilian died after taking the AstraZeneca vaccine

Attorney Bruno Graf, 28, died from side effects caused by the AstraZeneca anticoronavirus vaccine. This is from the Epidemiological Bulletin of the Epidemiological Surveillance Committee (DIVE), affiliated with the Santa Catarina Health Surveillance Inspectorate, which is part of the State Department of Health. The document, released in November 2021, explains that the case was investigated by state, provincial and municipal vaccination teams.

“It is a 28yearold man, resident in Blumenauwho presented with symptoms (chills, fever and headache) on August 23 and died on August 26, this finding being precipitated by central nervous system thrombosis with associated thrombocytopenia,” the document informs, although it also mentions the death of a 27 yearold woman with reactions similar to Bruno’s after taking the same injection.

“Both deaths were temporally related to AstraZeneca’s vaccine, with these two confirmed cases having their sequelae related to thrombosis syndrome with thrombocytopenia (TST),” stresses the agency. “TST is defined by the presence of thrombosis/thromboembolism, usually in unusual sites such as the cerebral venous sinus or splanchnic veins with marked thrombocytopenia following vaccination with a nonreplicating adenovirus vector vaccine against Covid19.”

BBC announcer joins list

The Entrepreneur Gareth Eve has to sue AstraZeneca. That’s because his wife is the journalist BBC Lisa Shaw died in 2021 after taking the first dose of the vaccine made by the pharmacist. “I have no alternative,” he said in an interview with British newspaper The Telegraph just over 10 days ago.

In August of that year, three months after Lisa’s death, an examination found that she had “vaccinationinduced thrombotic thrombocytopenia.” The document is signed by Karen Dilks, Medical Examiner from Newcastle, England. At the time, the doctor classified the case as “rare”.

The Ministry of Health is changing the guidelines on vaccination

On December 27th, 2022 the Ministry of Health published a technical note on vaccines from AstraZeneca and Janssen against Covid19 after identifying risks of thrombosis, especially in women. In the document, the folder no longer recommends vaccination to people under the age of 40.

“This general coordination assumes that it is appropriate to update the recommendations for the use of viral vector vaccines (Astrazeneca and Janssen) so that vaccines against Covid19 from nonvector platforms are preferred in the population under 40 years of age administered virally,” stressed Saúde.

According to the text, “the most frequently reported clinical forms were cerebral vein thrombosis, but there have also been reports of intraabdominal vein thrombosis, pulmonary thromboembolism and arterial thrombosis”. Bleeding can also occur in “significant and unexpected ways”.