a Cyprus-based British model has died after getting AstraZeneca shot!
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Just two weeks after the show, the 39-year-old Stephanie Dubois slipped into a coma, and never awoke from the state. She died in the hospital in the late afternoon of May,22.
Here’s the story.
After receiving her first shot of the AstraZeneca vaccine on May 6 in the city of Paphos, Cyprus, she later posted on Facebook how she felt “horrendous” after inoculation.
The following week, she shared her experience after waking up one morning. “[I] woke up feeling fine and then within an hour – I had full body shakes, all my joints seized and I was struggling to breathe. [I] was cold to the bone with a persistent headache and dizziness.” Dubois added that her parents came to take care of her. She took a COVID-19 test which turned out negative. “Maybe I’m having a prolonged reaction to my [COVID-19 shot] last week,” she said.
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After this, “the model was then taken to Nicosia General Hospital (NGH) in the capital for breathing problems on May 14. She posted on Facebook that day that her white blood cell count was high and doctors did not know what caused it. Dubois surmised that the conditions that struck her were either part of the “prolonged reaction” following her vaccination, or she “caught something else” that compromised her immune system.”
“I am completely drained, [have] no energy and my whole body hurts with sore and weak joints. This morning really scared me, to be honest. I have cleared my diary for the week and will be taking that time to rest and get back on form,” the rest of Dubois’s post said. Her friend Andrew Powers said that the model had slipped into a coma by May 19 and “was not expected to come out of it.”
According to Cypriot State Health Services Organization, it was stated that “the European Medicines Agency would look into the British model’s death.”