First Published: 15th of April, 2021Last updated: April 15, 2021 at 22:52 pm
This publication has been reliably informed that the man who collapsed and died on the 14th of April, 2021 while waiting in line at a National Insurance Scheme (NIS) office, at Camp and Bent Street, Georgetown, Guyana, South America, had taken the Covid-19 vaccine the day before.
According to a statement by NIS, the man, identified as Mr. Harold Shaffie, 70 years old, arrived at the NIS office at around 8:00 A.M and was waiting for about ten minutes when he collapsed onto the floor at around 8:10 AM. Paramedics were summoned to the scene but failed to resuscitate him. He was subsequently pronounced dead and his body transferred to a mortuary.
It is not clear at this time if his death is linked to the Covid-19 vaccine. However, we do hope that the relevant authorities will run a thorough investigation and let us know the cause of death and whether or not it was linked to the vaccine.
This is not an isolated case. Around the world, there have been numerous cases of deaths subsequent to vaccination. However, vaccine companies are quick to debunk the idea that the death might have been linked to the vaccine, and an investigation is often concluded with statements such as “there has no evidence to link the death to the vaccine.”
Further, vaccine manufacturers enjoy full and complete legal protection as outlined in their terms and conditions, and cannot be held responsible if anything goes wrong.
In India, 40 people died shortly after getting the Covid-19 vaccine. However, after “investigations,” it was stated that “none was caused by the vaccine itself.”
In early February, 2021 in New York, USA, a man collapsed minutes after having taken the Covid-19 vaccine and as he was leaving the vaccination site. He was subsequently pronounced dead.
Disclaimer: This article is for informational purposes only, and in no way suggests or implies that Covid-19 vaccines are dangerous to health or may cause death.