Neil Astles was a 59 year old Lawyer from Newton-Le-Willows was hospitalized with headaches and vomiting approximately two weeks after his first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine on April 2nd, 2021. He was diagnosed on April 3rd, 2021 with bleeding on the brain. Mr Astles was declared dead on April 4th, 2021.
Dr McCrossen, an intensive care consultant at Liverpool’s Royal Hospital, told coroner Julie Goulding that the thrombosis and clotting that Mr. Astles suffered were a result of an adverse reaction to the vaccine. “The headaches were from the thrombosis and pressure in the brain.”
Carole Astles, his wife, said her husband had been fit and healthy before the jab and added: “It’s just not fair.”
His cause of death was recorded as intracerebral haemorrhage, central venous sinus thrombosis and the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine.
Mr Astles brother, Peter, said: “I think everybody in this country should have the vaccine. I had the vaccine even after Neil died.”
His sister, pharmacist, Dr. Alison Astles, said: “Despite what has happened to our family, we strongly believe that everyone should go for their first and second doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine. If we all have the vaccine, a few of us might have a blood clot but the evidence is that fewer people will die.”
His sister also said: “If you’ve had one dose, go ahead and have your second. If you haven’t had your dose yet make sure that you do. “Because, overall, we will save more lives by people having the vaccine than not. The risk of a clot is very, very small and my brother was extraordinarily unlucky. She said that about a week after her brother had the vaccine he began to have headaches and nausea.
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