This healthy mom’s death is a mystery, but her family thinks that it may have been the result of the vaccine for COVID-19.
Kassidi Kurill, of Ogden, died on February 5 after falling ill and being rushed to hospital.
Her family, who are still awaiting results of her autopsy, believe her death was the result of complications due to the COVID-19 vaccine.
Kurill worked as a surgical tech for several plastic surgeons. Healthcare workers in Utah were among the first to be eligible to receive the vaccine.
Utah’s medical examiner says they haven’t certified any vaccine-related deaths so far and that there doesn’t appear to be a link between the death of four Utah residents – one of which is Kurill – and the vaccines.
Source: Daily Mail
The family is waiting on the results of an autopsy which they hope will clarify the cause of Kurill’s sudden death.
Kurill’s father, Alfred Hawley told Fox News, “She was seemingly healthy as a horse. She had no known underlying conditions.” He said, “She was healthy, happy and active, the greatest mom you ever saw in your life, and then she was so sick that, in less than 12 hours, intubated and on life support.”
The Utah mother received her second shot of the Moderna vaccine on February 1 and the next day complained about headaches, nausea, and an inability to urinate. The next day, her condition improved somewhat, but she took a turn for the worse and on February 4 was rushed to the hospital.
According to her father, her heart was racing and she felt like she needed to get to the emergency room.
Hawley said, “They did a blood test and immediately came back and said she was very, very sick, and her liver was not functioning.”
That night, Kurill was airlifted to Intermountain Medical Center in Murray where doctors attempted to stabilize her in order to perform a liver transplant. However, her condition continued to deteriorate, and by the next morning, her kidneys and heart had shut down.
Hawley said, “It was a total shock. I was even afraid to tell my wife.”
Hawley added that he hopes that people will still go and get the vaccine, “If you have a reaction to it, don’t ignore it. Don’t be stoic and just say, ‘Oh, I’ll be fine.’ Pay attention. If it persists beyond a day, you might ought to go see a doctor. And make sure that you’re not another one in a million.”
The FDA requires vaccine providers to report any death after a vaccine to the Vaccine Adverse Event Report System (VAERS) database.
Statistically, there have been very few reported deaths in connection with the vaccine so far. According to VAERS, out of 92 million doses administered in the US to date, fewer than 1,700 deaths have been reported. The CDC website states, “To date, VAERS has not detected patterns in cause of death that would indicate a safety problem with COVID-19 vaccines.”
This brings some more context to the story published on ClashDaily a few days ago.
Additionally, the New York Post reports that Utah’s Chief Medical Examiner says that Kurill’s death was “not likely” caused by the Moderna vaccine.
Utah’s chief medical examiner urged the public not to jump to conclusions about the death of a 39-year-old woman four days after she received the second dose of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine — insisting there is no evidence the jab was connected to her passing.
…Dr. Erik Christensen, chief medical examiner for Utah’s Health Department, told Fox News that the tragic mom’s second dose and her death are only “temporally related.”
“We don’t have any evidence that there are connections between the vaccines and deaths at this point,” he insisted. “We don’t have any indication of that.”…
…Christensen said that cases involving post-vaccine deaths are worth investigating, but added that until we know all the results, it’s just “speculation.”
An autopsy was performed on Kurill’s body but the state Medical Examiner’s Office could not comment on it due to privacy laws.
Source: New York Post
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