By Peter McLaren-Kennedy • 23 November 2022 • 17:02
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According to the Irish Mirror the coroner dealing with the inquest into the boy’s death said on Wednesday, November 23 that Joseph McGinty appeared to have a significant allergic reaction to the vaccination.
The coroner, Pat O’Conner, said in court: “The circumstances of Joseph McGinty’s death is that a COVID-19 vaccination was administered to him.
“That there appears to have been either a reaction or a significant change in his medical circumstances following the administration of the vaccine and that subsequently, unfortunately, Master McGinty died.”
The inquest heard that Joseph’s health deteriorated after receiving the jab on August 20, 2021 and that he was hospitalised on September 1. He was then discharged the next day only to return on September 8.
Pfizer have been contacted for safety information surrounding the vaccine as part of a “considerable investigation,” according to the Irish Mirror.
The inquest was told Joseph’s health deteriorated following the administration of the jab, and he was hospitalised on 1 September before being discharged the next day.
Joseph passed away a few days later on September 13.
The inquest has called for information from Pfizer saying that the inquest requires “considerable investigation into the vaccine, the effects of the vaccine and also the effects of the vaccine” on the 14-year-old, warning that the case could take “months or possibly years to conclude its findings” as a result.
They added: “He had received the COVID-19 vaccine on August 20, 2021 and in those circumstances Coroner we would perceive that there would be a concern arising there that we would require the safety guidelines and so forth relating to that Pfizer vaccine to be available to the coroner and for there to be an inquiry into the circumstances in that regard.”
O’Connor said that once he had the information, he would be able to determine whether the criteria had been complied with, information that would be provided to the inquest. He added it would then be up to the inquest to decide what action if any to take, as it would be up the legal aid board to decide if any legal action should be funded.
The Pfizer vaccine has been administered to hundreds of millions of people across the world with few fatalities, effectively helping to stem the high death rate that came with the pandemic.
But one death is always bad news and especially in the case of a 14-year-old boy who tragically died three weeks after receiving his vaccination shot.
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Originally from South Africa, Peter is based on the Costa Blanca and is a web reporter for the Euro Weekly News covering international and Spanish national news.
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It’s not going to get any better so sad another young life wasted by greedy, rich pharmaceutical companies making millions and MPs, politicians do nothing. The BBC is a rat infected house accommodating the default narrative which is all vaccines are safe – which they are 100% not safe.
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