(PresidentialWire.com)- A healthy 36-year-old mother of two died of acute myocarditis, which a post-mortem study of her body indicated was likely caused by her Covid-19 vaccine.
Last June, Dawn Wooldridge received her first dose of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine. She died abruptly eleven days after receiving the shot.
Mrs. Wooldridge was discovered dead by her brother after failing to pick up her five-year-old son from school.
The autopsy results took a year, but they found that she died due to an adverse response to the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccination.
According to an inquiry, Mrs. Wooldridge’s untimely death, which occurred 11 days after her first Covid vaccine, was undoubtedly caused by the vaccination.
The family was stunned. The inquest was attended by her husband, brother, and sister-in-law, as well as her step-parents.
Mrs. Wooldridge’s final day began normally, according to the hearing. She had dropped her kid off at school in the morning, gone for coffee with a friend, then called her mother in the afternoon. However, she failed to pick up her son from school. Her brother arrived at the house and saw her face-down on the floor. She had been on the toilet when she passed out.
He obtained entrance to the property with the aid of a local builder, and a defibrillator was used. Police and paramedics arrived swiftly, but there were no life-saving options available despite their attempts, and she died that day at her home address.
According to the postmortem report, Mrs. Wooldridge was healthy at the time of her death, and there was no evidence of alcohol or narcotics in her system.
The findings showed cardiac irritation and fluid in her lungs, as well as a clot on her lung.
Menstruation irregularities and complaints of discomfort in her jaw and arm in the days following the immunization, were connected to myocarditis, according to the pathologist. The likelihood is she experienced vaccine-related difficulties.
Dawn’s brother Stuart Lynch asked the pathologist if he believed she would still be alive if she hadn’t gotten the vaccine.
‘It’s a tricky question, but I would say yes,’ Dr. Ghataura replied.
He said he’d like to express his sympathy to Dawn’s family.