The vaccination lottery continues to increase the death toll as more opt for the jab. The BBC presenter died after suffering blood clots following Covid jab, says the family of the deceased anchorwoman of a number of popular programmes. The mother of one child developed severe headaches a week after having the AstraZeneca vaccine. An award-winning BBC radio presenter died in hospital after suffering blood clots after she received the AstraZeneca vaccine, her devastated family has said. Lisa Shaw, who worked for BBC Newcastle, developed severe headaches a week after having the jab and fell seriously ill a few days later, relatives said in a statement. The 44-year-old died at the Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle, on Friday afternoon having been treated in intensive care for blood clots and bleeding. According to a BBC report, Newcastle coroner Karen Dilks has issued an interim fact-of-death certificate that lists a ‘complication of AstraZeneca Covid-19 virus vaccination’ as a concern.
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