April 26, 2021
LEICESTER — A 47-year-old woman is dead as experimental viral vector shots are now well-established as causing blood clots.
Ms. Lucy Taberer received the experimental AstraZeneca viral vector shot on March 19, according to Leanne Tomlin. The latter is the daughter of Ms. Taberer’s long-time boyfriend. Lucy experienced only minor side effects for the first few days. But things quickly accelerated. Ms. Taberer visited her doctor on March 29, complaining of pains throughout her body. The doctors negligently dismissed her complaints as kidney stones, prescribed pain killers, and sent her home.
Lucy’s condition deteriorated further in the following days. She was rushed to Leicester Royal Infirmary on April 1. Doctors diagnosed her with blood clots. They administered blood thinners, to no avail. Ms. Taberer suffered a stroke. She was transferred to Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham. Despite great efforts by medical personnel, Ms. Taberer died on April 10.
A GoFundMe page is collecting funds for Lucy’s three children. Her youngest son is only five years old.
AstraZeneca damage control not working
The ongoing saga with AstraZeneca and the European Union is approaching lunacy. The EU is apparently filing a lawsuit against the company for under-delivering on inventory. The legal venue is unclear. Meanwhile Denmark has ceased using the blood-clotting AstraZeneca shots completely. We have covered numerous deaths related to AstraZeneca shots, with nearly all of them due to blood clots.
At this point, anyone volunteering for experimental viral vector shots has a death wish. Note that the Johnson & Johnson shot is the same viral vector product as AstraZeneca and the Russian Sputnik V shots. You have three choices – fight mandatory experimental shots legally, quit your job/schooling, or become a statistic. It’s really that simple. Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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