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BBC radio host dies after AstraZeneca vaccine shot

Source : 112 Ukraine

The Newcastle-based reporter deceased due to blood clotting
16:15, 28 May 2021

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BBC radio anchor Lisa Shaw passed away after the vaccination from coronavirus. She was injected with AstraZeneca vaccine; The Independent reported that with a reference to the reporter's family.

The Newcastle-based reporter deceased due to blood clotting last Friday, May 21. According to her relatives, a week after the injection, she began to suffer from strong headaches.

BBC added that the coroner considered possible causes of the lady's death, which included complications after vaccination from coronavirus with the AstraZeneca drug. 

Occasional deaths after vaccination are observed in many countries across the world.

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In early April, a representative of the European Medicines Agency (EMA) confirmed the connection between the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine and the occurrence of thrombosis. On April 20, the European Medicines Agency (EMA) concluded that blood clots should be included in the list of rare side effects of the Janssen vaccine company, a division of American Johnson & Johnson.

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