Annie VanGeest was understood as a very mommy and a proud wife of 13 years.She was a master multi-tasker and strong animal rescue supporter in her neighborhood of Saranac in Ionia County.Her death, though, is making news for reasons besides just her good work in her community.She received the Johnson & & Johnson vaccine on April 8, 5 days prior to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention paused its usage due to the fact that of a few cases of blood embolisms in females– three of which were fatal.Symptoms of the rare blood embolisms develop 6 to 15 days after getting the shot.”These initial symptoms are nonspecific and fairly unclear,” stated Dr. Tom Shimabukuro of the CDC COVID-19 Response. “(Its) mainly headache, however significantly, the headaches for these started 6 or more days after vaccination.”AdVanGeests family said her headache began on April 16– 8 days after her shot. She passed away 3 days later the April 19. Her death certificate notes a natural death, particularly from an acute subarachnoid hemorrhage, or bleeding between the brain and tissue around the brain.In a statement, her household said the 35-year-old other half and mother of four passed away “as the result of problems after receiving the Johnson & & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.”AdAdCopyright 2021 by WDIV ClickOnDetroit – All rights scheduled.
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