Slovenia Suspends J&J Shot After Death of 20-Year-Old Student
The European Union database of suspected drug reaction reports is EudraVigilance, and they are now reporting 26,041 fatalities, and 2,448,362 injuries, following COVID-19 injections.
Joachim Kuhs, a member of the European Parliament, recently spoke to the EU Commission and stated: “Pull the brake on these vaccines and stop this experimentation on humans, I beg you!”
Meanwhile, Slovenia has suspended the Janssen (J&J) COVID-19 vaccine in their country after the death of a 20-year-old who was mandated to get the shot in order to attend classes.
LJUBLJANA, SLOVENIA – The Slovenian government has suspended the Janssen COVID-19 vaccine after the death of a 20-year-old student. Katja Jagodic, who was vaccinated because it’s mandated for universities, received her shot on Thursday, September 16th. She suffered several health problems shortly afterwards. She was hospitalized on Monday, September 27th at the University Clinical Center (UKC) in Ljubljana. Her symptoms were so severe that immediate medical attention was required. She died today in the early morning.
Igor Rigler, head of the emergency neurology department at the University Clinical Center said, “she fell ill with a very serious condition. At the same time, she had blood clots and low platelet counts.
This caused blood clots and bleeding in her brain. We have done everything that modern medicine can do in such conditions. We consulted all the experts involved in this field at UKC: vascular specialists, hematologists, nephrologists, neurologists. We approached the treatment aggressively, but unfortunately we could not help her.”