Another three high profile vaccine victims
Juventus star striker Marco De Graca, Swiss sprinter and Olympic athlete Sarah Atcho and British punk icon Hazel O’Connor are the latest high profile vaccine victims.
Published: January 19, 2022, 9:44 am
De Graca, who made his Champions League soccer debut last month, will undergo heart surgery after he was diagnosed with heart arrhythmia. All players on the Juventus team are vaccinated except for goalkeeper Wojciech Szczęsny.
The news of De Graca’s heart problems after his jab comes shortly after Bayern Munich star Alphonso Davies was diagnosed with myocarditis, an inflammation of the heart muscle as a result of the vaccine.
On January 11, Juventus head coach Massimiliano Allegri stated during a press conference that “all the players are vaccinated, but Szczesny is the last one yet to be vaccinated and therefore he will not have a Green Pass”. Szczesny must be feeling particularly relieved that he did not take the shot.
Swiss sprinter and Olympic athlete Sarah Atcho was diagnosed with pericarditis shortly after receiving the Pfizer booster making her the second Swiss Olympic athlete this month to have been diagnosed with a heart condition after receiving the jab. On January 6, Swiss marathon record holder and Olympic athlete Fabienne Schlumpf announced the end of her career after she was diagnosed with myocarditis resulting from her booster.
British punk icon Hazel O’Connor was rushed to hospital last week after suffering “bleeding on the brain”, according to her brother. On January 9, the punk singer collapsed at her home in southwest France and was rushed to hospital. She has since been in an induced coma.
O’Connor had boasted about her booster shot on December 8 on Facebook.
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