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Elderly Man Dies Shortly After Receiving COVID Vaccine at Javits Center

[New York] state health officials are investigating after an elderly man died shortly after receiving a COVID vaccine. ... Sadly, that man collapsed outside of the Javits Center as he was leaving his appointment, but it is important to stress that it is still unclear if the vaccine had anything to do with his death. State health officials say that the man in his 70s, who has not been identified, collapsed 25 minutes after receiving the COVID vaccine Sunday morning. He died a short time later at the hospital.


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7 Responses

  1. Coincidence I think not! We need to STOP listening to the people saying so. And we need to stop calling what happens after a vaccine a side effect. What happens AFTER is an effect. Period.

    1. Yep no such thing as a ‘side effect’ they say that to distance themselves (because side effect makes it sound that you had a 1 in a million reaction which was so unfortunate but its your body that has theissues) from DIRECT effects of all these concoctions.

  2. Dies with Covid in system – Covid indisputably the cause of death
    Dies following Covid vaccination – death ruled purely coincidental
    When will people wake the f**k up?

  3. Considering this is a new vaccine there should be a public database by state that tracks deaths within 24 hours of being vaccinated.

  4. Between 2.5 people and 5 people 1,000 die from Covid without an innoculation.

    CDC VAERS Vaccine Emergency Response System in two different reports, state that 4.45% DIE after Covid innoculation. So your’re trading a possibility that you will die or increase your chances of dying by 9 TIMES with the vaccine. Make sense to you?

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