A 43-year-old mother developed blood clots after the AstraZeneca vaccine and died

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A British mother of three showed up blood clots and died at the hospital a few days after being vaccinated against Covid-19 with AstraZeneca.

Childminder Tanya Smith, 43, received the first dose of the vaccine in March and died about a week later after being taken to hospital with severe stomach cramps.

An investigation is expected to determine the circumstances of the woman’s death.

The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has confirmed that it will look into the case as part of an ongoing investigation into blood clots and their possible connection to the vaccine.

Smith’s partner, Kenneth Edwards, decided to talk after learning about it the death of BBC journalist Lisa Shaw, who died in Newcastle after being vaccinated with AstraZeneca.

According to him, Tanya had a very difficult time for about two days after the vaccine and one morning she woke up in pain and asked for help. Her pain did not stop despite the fact that she was given painkillers and was taken to Derriford Hospital, where she was later found to have developed several blood clots.

Unfortunately, the woman soon suffered a heart attack and stroke and after a short period of stability, her condition became “progressively worse”. He died at the hospital on April 3.

Edwards believes he would not have died if he had not done so AstraZeneca vaccine against Covid-19. An investigation into her death is expected to shed light on the case.

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has emphasized the benefits of the AstraZeneca vaccine against coronavirus outweigh the risks of side effects.

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