Alyssa suffered a stroke after her COVID-19 jab, but still thinks vaccination is the solution to the pandemic

Alyssa suffered a stroke after her COVID-19 jab, but still thinks vaccination is the solution to the pandemic

Alyssa suffered a stroke after her COVID-19 jab, but still thinks vaccination is the solution to the pandemic Being 40 years old, Alyssa Kent never expected to have a massive stroke and end up in a coma. Her husband Pete Kent never expected to be asked whether to "turn her off" and end the life of his daughters' mother. But that's what happened after Alyssa suffered a rare case of blood clotting as a result of having the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine. "You just never think you're going to be that statistic," she said. "I'm 40 years old and I've had a stroke … I never thought that [would happen]. She still believes vaccinating the population is the best way for Australia to emerge from the pandemic. But after she nearly died, she also wants people to understand the risk — albeit rare — of having the AstraZeneca COVID-19 jab. "It's catastrophic," she said. The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has confirmed the clots that caused Alyssa's stroke are linked to the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine. This week, the TGA recorded two new …
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