My name is Jane and I’m from Manchester, England.
This story is about my Sister who cannot be with us to tell it herself. On the 14th of July 2022, I found out that my sister had died.
We had lost contact for some years by then and I was automatically concerned that she may have taken the covid-19 vaccine.
Both my mother and I have refused the vaccine for our own reasons and are in keeping of good health. I listened to my gut instincts on this and didn’t feel this particular vaccine was necessary or beneficial.
Initially I spoke with the coroners office who indicated that my sister was due to have a dressing removed as she was diagnosed with skin cancer in May 2022, when she did not arrive at the hospital, they called the Police.
When police arrived at her house, they discovered she had collapsed and died there.
Her death was ruled to be from a blood clot on the lung.
I asked the Coroner’s Office if it had been an adverse reaction to the covid vaccine. The response was that there wasn’t any indication of such.
When I asked for an inquest, I was refused. I was advised to seek legal advice and to appeal within 3 months from the date of death.
I have had to put my sister’s death registration on hold as the death certificate may hold the incorrect cause; as it currently states “natural causes.” I have also had to place any funeral arrangements on hold.
I had an appointment to speak with my sister’s GP to voice my concerns. The GP was accompanied by the Practice Manager as we spoke. The meeting was far from constructive, and I was met with much defence and evasion. He declared that I was not recorded as my sisters next-of-kin, even though I produced valid ID showing that my surname is the same as my Sister’s maiden-name, as it’s our family name.
They blocked me from voicing my legitimate concerns
I had to conclude by asking if my Sister had been administered with any vaccines. She had, but the GP was very quick to claim no personal responsibility, stating that he himself did not administer the vaccine.
I had to push to get the following information. My sister received the first dose of AstraZeneca on the 1st of April 2021, the second dose on the 3rd of June and her 3rd Pfizer booster on the 1st December 2021.
I mentioned the blood clot on her lung may have been a result of the vaccine, to which the GP stated that any blood clots from the vaccine would have been on the brain, if so. I had to ask my sister’s neighbour some questions and she told me that my sister said the skin cancer had “come back” but was only diagnosed in May 2022, which was puzzling.
Letters stated that my sister had been treated by a plastic surgeon for the operation to remove a piece of skin on her head.
I mentioned to the GP that the hospital contacted the police when she did not show up for her appointment to have her dressing removed. The GP response was that; with any missed appointments there is a concern for the patient.
However,a well informed friend brought to my attention that it’s not usual for the Police to be contacted unless there were underlying health issues.
My thinking is – if they knew my sister had the covid vaccine and they themselves were concerned as to how/if the vaccine affected her? So many things don’t add up.
The way professionals have dealt with everything is beyond any NHS standards especially when someone has died under circumstances requiring a Post Mortem.
I am concerned that there is a lot being swept under the table here, why am I finding it so difficult to get answers on my sister’s sudden death? Why is it ruled as “natural” when there was an untreated blood clot? Why would medical professionals refuse my inquiry? Why must I seek legal advice?
Without my sister alive to tell us, we may never know. It breaks my heart.