COVID-19 VACCINATION DEATHS

There are far too many Covid19 injection deaths and injuries happening for us to list them all here, however we hope that showing a few of them will help others to make better informed decisions regarding their risk versus benefit for their age group and health status. It may be one of the most important decisions people will ever make about their own health. See the Oxford Covid-19 Risk Calculator to get an idea of what your personal risk of dying from Covid-19 is, so that you can weigh it up before making your decision.

Fun loving UK mum, 34, dies 10 days after having AstraZeneca vaccine. Kimberley Lockwood suffered a bleed on the brain after having her coronavirus vaccine.

BBC presenter Lisa Shaw, aged 44, had blood clots after AstraZeneca jab. Lisa developed severe headaches a week after having the jab and fell seriously ill a few days later. She died of a brain haemorrhage caused by a blood clot three weeks after her first AstraZeneca dose.

A 17-year-old girl in Washington, who contracted COVID-19 and fully recovered from the disease, died in October 2021 after receiving her second dose of the coronavirus vaccine.

Former rock singer Zion, 48, died after having an AstraZeneca jab and his fiancée has become the first person to receive compensation over a Covid vaccine death.

He fell ill eight days after he had his injection and died in May 2021.

AstraZeneca: Vaccine death payout of £120k 'inadequate' - fiancée.

A woman whose partner died after having an AstraZeneca jab has become the first person to receive compensation over a Covid vaccine death. Vikki Spit's former rock singer fiancé Zion, 48, of Alston, Cumbria, fell ill eight days after he had his injection and died in May 2021. She was awarded the maximum settlement of £120,000 but said it was not enough. The 38-year-old said she had got into debt after losing Zion's earnings and should have had closer to £180,000. Ms Spit also said she had to wait too long for compensation under the Vaccine Damage Payment Scheme 1979, and the amount had not kept track with inflation since the scheme was set up.

Vaccine damage payments are available to anyone who has become disabled as a result of having a vaccination and people can also apply on behalf of someone who has died. The scheme offers one-off, tax-free sums of up to £120,000 and while payments do not affect people's rights to take legal action, they can have implications for their benefits.