Coroner Confirms COVID Vaccine Complications Were Behind BBC News Presenter’s Death
Forty-four-year-old BBC Radio Newcastle host Lisa Shaw trusted science enough to get her first dose of the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID vaccine in late April.
Headaches started shortly afterward.
In late May, she was dead.
What was the cause of her death? Can we blame the vaccine?
According to BBC, Newcastle coroner Karen Dilks says we can.
“Lisa died due to complications of an AstraZeneca Covid vaccination,” Dilks said, according to the outlet.
Dilks described the cause as “clearly established.” However, she said the vaccine-induced thrombotic thrombocytopenia that Shaw experienced — a condition that causes the brain to swell and bleed — is considered “very rare.”
BBC reported that Shaw was transported to the University Hospital of North Durham via ambulance on May 13 after presenting the news with a severe headache that had lasted for several days. – READ MORE