A little more than 77 thousand euros (77,468.53): this is the amount of the indemnity destined for the family of Francesca Tuscano, a 32-year-old teacher who died after a dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine.
As reported by the Genoese edition of Republicthe advice of the coroner Luca Tajana and the hematologist Franco Piovella established that “the death of the patient” – which took place in Genoa in April 2021 – is “reasonably to refer to adverse effects from vaccine administration anti-Covid “, while clearing the behavior of the doctors involved in the vaccination. To cause the death of Francesca Tuscano was a very rare cerebral thrombosis “Associated with low platelets, particularly triggered by adenovirus-based vaccines in young women,” just like AstraZeneca is. The story of the young teacher is considered “a model case of a very rare and very serious adverse reaction”.
On April 2, 2021, after the dose of AstraZeneca, Francesca Tuscano – who also worked at the university humanities library and for this reason had been entitled to immunization at the beginning of the vaccination campaign – had accused severe headaches: her parents had found her unconscious. On April 4, she was pronounced dead at the San Martino Hospital in Genoa.
The state has allocated a fund of 150 million euros intended precisely for those who have suffered damage from the anti-Covid vaccination: the 77 thousand euros for the Tuscano family are for “the relatives who are entitled to apply for it, in the event that the death of the injured person was determined by vaccinations”. The criminal investigation seems destined for dismissal, but the young teacher’s parents they are considering a civil lawsuit, due to the irresponsibility of the sum of the reimbursement, and on a letter of formal notice to the Avvocatura dello Stato. Meanwhile, the family’s lawyers, Federico Bertorello and Tatiana Massara, are taking care of completing the paperwork to access at least the compensation provided for so far.
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Source: Vanity Fair