Chris Hayward – GREAT BRITAIN

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My mother had terminal cancer. Despite her illness she was still mobile and fairly independent. On the morning of her 80th birthday she received the Astrazeneca vaccine. That evening her condition plummeted and over the next four days was unable to get out of bed. I thought she was going to die every day as her condition was so bad. She managed to rally a week later but only for about 24 hours. She died shortly after. I have no doubt the vaccine could not be tolerated by her already weakened immune system and it quite clearly accelerated her passing. As for myself, lockdowns have severely effected my mental health and I have often thought about suicide and felt helpless watching society completely change.
Chris Hayward

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