And said those who'd raised concerns were "all conspiracy theorists".
A 34-year-old woman from NSW Australia has died after having the Covid-19 vaccine.
The woman, who had no other health conditions, received the vaccine believing what the mainstream media and NSW Therapeutic Goods Administration had told her, that the vaccine was 'safe and effective'.
Just two days after the woman received the vaccine she developed a blood-clotting disorder (thrombocytopenia syndrome) which has been linked to thousands of deaths from Covid-19.
This is an excruciating way to die.
‘In Australia, severe cases of TTS appear to be more common in women in younger age groups,’ the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) announced in its latest weekly safety report. ‘Nearly half of the TTS cases in women required treatment in intensive care.’
According to the TGA, Australian TTS cases that have met the criteria for Tier 1 as defined by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are twice as likely to occur in women than men. ‘Five of the six deaths occurred in women aged 34, 48 (two cases), 52 and 72 years old,’ the administration said. ‘The other death was in a 44-year-old man.’ The NSW woman’s death is the seventh in NSW linked to AstraZeneca, with six from TTS and one from immune thrombocytopenia (ITP). The TGA has identified 93 cases of TTS (57 confirmed, 36 probable) which more than passes the threshold for the drug to be withdrawn, but still they continue sticking it in the bloodstream of young healthy people.
The woman who died had told family and friends that she had 'no fears' about getting the vaccine and that those who raised concerns were "all conspiracy theorists".