Annie VanGeest was understood as a super mommy and a proud better half of 13 years. She was a master multi-tasker and strong animal rescue supporter in her community of Saranac in Ionia County.Her death, however, is making news for reasons other than just her great in her community.She got the Johnson & & Johnson vaccine on April 8, five days before the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention paused its usage because of a few cases of embolism in females– 3 of which were fatal.Symptoms of the uncommon embolism develop 6 to 15 days after getting the shot.”These initial symptoms are relatively vague and nonspecific,” said Dr. Tom Shimabukuro of the CDC COVID-19 Response. (Its) primarily headache, however significantly, the headaches for these started 6 or more days after vaccination.”AdVanGeests household said her headache began on April 16– 8 days after her shot. She passed away three days later the April 19. Her death certificate keeps in mind a natural death, specifically from a severe subarachnoid hemorrhage, or bleeding in between the brain and tissue around the brain.In a statement, her family stated the 35-year-old wife and mom of 4 passed away “as the result of issues after receiving the Johnson & & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.” But at this point, neither doctors nor the CDC have no way to know that for sure.AdCopyright 2021 by WDIV ClickOnDetroit – All rights booked.
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