The family said that the grandmother was healthy before she was shot, and she was shocked by her sudden death.
Talked to the staff of the Orange County Coroner’s Office about the death of Griselda Flores and gave it to her son Richard Cardenas and family Raised the red flag.
Cardenas said: “They don’t think this is their first call.”
Assistant Chief Deputy Attorney Brad Olsen is right.
Olsen told Witness News that a small number of deaths, including Flores, are under investigation because these deaths occurred one to three days after the person was vaccinated against COVID-1
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Olsen said: “This means that our doctors want to conduct some additional research, whether it’s toxicology, microscopic examination or just a review of medical records, to see their treatment process and look for other underlying diseases.”
He added: “But we have not yet concluded that the vaccine is directly related to the cause of death.”
Cardenas said his mother was a healthy, outgoing, hardworking mother and grandmother.
On April 14, the day after the second shot was taken at the CVS store in Orange, Flores complained of expected side effects such as chills, body aches and fever.
Cardenas recalled: “Even though she looked really pale, she just said she was tired and planned to go home and sleep.”
Two days after the second medication, Flores’ family said they found her dead in her room.
“I am very, very worried about public safety, because now, like my mother has passed away, how many people are still going to die?” Cardenas said.
Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that in the United States, less than 2 deaths are caused for every 100,000 COVID-19 vaccines administered. The death investigation did not find that vaccination could lead to death of the patient.
According to the California Department of Public Health, a person is more likely to die if they are infected with the COVID-19 virus-1,660 deaths per 100,000 cases.
Olsen said that the deaths to be investigated can be traced back to January. Whether the deceased was a male or a female, they were shot by Moderna or Pfizer.
The results of further research may appear three months after death, or even longer.
Olsen said: “If our doctor finds anything that causes public health or public safety issues anywhere during the death investigation, we will immediately issue an alert through our Orange County health care partner.”
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