Post-Related COVID Jab Death Treated As “Collateral Damage”

The family of the 45-year-old Nicola Weideling from UK, who died just three and a half weeks after one COVID shot is extremely furious and disappointed by the narrative presented in the media regarding their daughter and wife’s death.

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Relatives of a 45-year-old British woman, who died after the AstraZeneca COVID injection, have said her death is being treated as “collateral damage.”

The U.K. government has so far refused to redress families under its Vaccine Damage Payment program.

Here’s the full story of how it happened.

“Nicola Weideling died on May 15, 2021, after suffering a stroke caused by blood clots, or Vaccine-Induced Immune Thrombotic Thrombocytopenia, following just one COVID-19 injection. Having received her first injection on April 21, 2021, a few days later she started to complain of neck pain, and had a telephone consultation with her doctor on May 6, who believed the problem was “muscular.”

She was taken to Royal Hampshire County Hospital by ambulance two days later when symptoms of headaches and bruising developed. Within hours, she was diagnosed as having “blood clots associated with the AstraZeneca vaccine,” her husband Kurt Weideling told a recent inquest into her death at Hampshire Coroners Court in Winchester.

“Urgently transferred” to University Hospital Southampton, Nicola Weideling remained “fine and chatty” for two days, but on the third day stopped communicating via text with her husband, who was unable to visit her in hospital under the U.K.’s lockdown restrictions.

After contacting the hospital, Kurt Weideling was told she had a “significant brain bleed,” and did not regain consciousness. Nicola underwent further surgery, but suffered another brain bleed and died shortly after.”

According to her husband’s words, “Nicola had a history of blood clotting, yet was given the AstraZeneca jab regardless, despite official government advice at the time suggesting that those aged under 40 are offered an alternative to the AstraZeneca injection, due to the noted risk of blood clots and thrombocytopenia.

The AstraZeneca injection was subject to scrutiny for much of 2021, as reports of blood clots following its administration led a number of countries to suspend the injection for various age groups.”

“My fundamental problem here is this country is the only Western country I know of which decided it was safe to give this vaccine to people over the age of 40,” said husband Kurt Weideling. “This is even after other people had already died from blood clots, and they still kept going.”

Weideling slated the government for not following through on its promise to pay up to £120,000 to victims, or their families, who were severely disabled or died due to an injection.

“They set up the Vaccine Damage Payment but have not paid out to anyone for COVID vaccinations,” he said.

“We were all told to do the right thing and get vaccinated, but the Government needs to do the right thing and pay compensation to those affected,” he added. Liz Young, Nicola’s sister, echoed Kurt Weideling, commenting that her sister was “always referred to as collateral damage, but she’s not collateral damage.”

A coroner described Nicola Weideling as having suffered a “rare but recognised complication” of the AstraZeneca injection.

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