01/30/2021 / By News Editors
A California health care worker who was enthusiastic about the coronavirus vaccine died days after receiving the second dose.
(Article by Adan Salazar republished from Infowars.com)
On Tuesday, Orange County x-ray technician Tim Zook, 60, was reportedly thrilled to receive the second round of Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine, posting on his Facebook wall, “Never been so excited to get a shot before. I am now fully vaccinated after receiving my 2nd Pfizer dose.”
But just hours later, Zook began experiencing severe adverse reactions in the form of abdominal pain and difficulty breathing.
“His health spiraled downward and he died four days later,” reports Fox 32 Chicago.
Zook’s wife says doctors suspect he suffered a serious inflammatory reaction that spread to his organs, though the coroner has not yet identified a cause of death.
“The doctors believe that his body reacted to something after he took the vaccine and they called it an inflammatory reaction,” said the man’s wife, Rochelle. “It was so intense that it started attacking major organs and he never had a chance to recover.”
Despite the vaccine potentially being responsible for her husband’s death, Rochelle claimed he’d still want people to take it.
“He believed in vaccines. I’m sure he would take that vaccine again, and he’d want the public to take it,” she told local media.
“The message is: Take the vaccine because it is far more greater to die from COVID than to die from a result of a vaccine,” she added.
News of the death follows another death in California related to the Covid-19 vaccine last week, which local police claim occurred within hours of receiving the first dose.
“The individual was administered a COVID-19 vaccine several hours before their death on January 21, 2021,” the Placer County sheriff’s department wrote on Facebook Saturday
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