BBC’s Lisa Shaw died after getting the AstraZeneca vaccine

The BBC’s Lisa Shaw Corona has died after being vaccinated with the AstraZeneca vaccine.

BaaghiTV: An inquiry into the death of the British broadcaster BBC host Lisa Shaw has come to light.

According to the Daily Mail, the female host died in May and after trying to find out the cause for 3 months, she complained of headaches after the first injection of the vaccine.

Researchers say that after the vaccination, Lisa Shaw developed a blood clot in her brain that caused her to have a stroke.

Thirty of the 18 million people who have been vaccinated with the AstraZeneca vaccine after the British Department of Health have reported blood clots, killing seven people.

These are related to a very rare brain disease, in which blood begins to clot in the veins of the brain, and sometimes the number of platelets in the blood also decreases.

Researchers say that the third dose of AstraZeneca further reduces the chances of blood clots. There have been reports of blood clots after the first dose of AstraZeneca.

The Medicine and Healthcare Regulatory Agency say the benefits of the vaccine far outweigh the disadvantages. Germany, France, the Netherlands, and Canada have limited the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine to the elderly.

According to the BBC, Lisa Shaw died on May 21. The provisional death certificate issued after her death listed the use of the vaccine as a possible cause of death. BBC Radio presenter Lisa Shaw had no prior concerns about her health.

A statement from her family said: “One week after receiving the first dose of the vaccine, Lisa complained of severe headaches and became very ill a few days later. He was then treated in the intensive care unit at the Royal Victoria Infirmary Hospital for hemorrhage and bleeding in the head.

The family statement added: “Unfortunately, she passed away on Friday afternoon and her family was with her at the time. Gone that can never be filled. We will always love and remember them.

A spokesman for the British watchdog MHRA said in a statement on Lisa Shaw’s death that she was “deeply saddened” by the news of her death and wished her and her family all the best. Our agency conducts a thorough investigation into reports of deaths and, where possible, reviews the post-mortem report in detail. We will look at the news of their blood clotting in detail and depth.

Lisa Shaw started her career as a presenter at BBC Radio Newcastle in 2016. His voice was very popular in the North East of England and before that he had a successful career in commercial radio.

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