Lisa Shaw, 44, who worked for BBC Newcastle, suffered from ‘severe’ headaches and cerebral hemorrhage after receiving her vaccine in May this year.
Her last days were spent with her husband Gareth Eve in a large dependency unit at the Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle.
Their last meeting seemed as normal as it gets, while they were residing in a medical facility, and Lisa asked her partner to come home with their son as it was getting late.
Speaking about their last moments, Gareth said they shared a kiss, although it wasn’t until later that husband and wife knew it would be their last.
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“I went to see her and she told me to come home and see our son because it was late,” he told BBC star Victoria Derbyshire.
“She said ‘I’m tired’. I gave her a kiss. And I never spoke to him again. “
The mother-of-one developed symptoms a few days after her first jab and became seriously ill although she had no underlying health issues.
She was rushed to hospital and received intensive care treatment for blood clots and bleeding.
Lisa had been eagerly awaiting the vaccine so that she could give her mother a hug long after following Covid guidelines.
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Coroners have issued a provisional “death certificate” until a final verdict is rendered.
On this one, an “AstraZeneca complication” was listed as a possible cause.
People under 40 in the UK are now being offered an alternative to the AstraZeneca vaccine following reports of extremely rare blood clots in the brain associated with low platelet counts.
However, the Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory Agency (MHRA) said the benefits of the Oxford / AstraZeneca vaccine continued to outweigh the risks for most people.
He has not proven that the vaccine causes the clots, but said the link is strengthening.
Despite mourning the loss of the mother of her child, Gareth said he was “absolutely not an anti-vaccine,” although he believes patients should be given an alternative vaccine.
He added: “What the vaccine has done is amazing. The work these people have done to put the country back on its feet is exceptional.
“But we have to recognize that there are families who have been affected by this jab. “
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