Germany, Italy, France Drop AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 Vaccine After Deaths, Other Complications

Three European nations announced on Monday that they are banning AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine in their countries, at least temporarily, due to deaths and other complications.

German health minister Jens Spahn announced the “precautionary suspension” as part of the nation’s “open and transparent” COVID-19 vaccine regime. Italy and France quickly followed suit after Germany made the announcement.

Italy announced they would be suspending the AstraZeneca vaccine after a recent death made news and alarmed people throughout the country.

The Italian medicine authority AIFA announced the “precautionary and temporary measure” of the AstraZeneca vaccine and seized thousands of its doses from Piedmont to stop the poison from being distributed throughout the northern region.

While government officials in these countries seem to genuinely care about the health of their people more than Big Pharma’s profit margins, this is not the case in every nation throughout Europe.

Dr Frank Atherton, the chief medical officer in Wales, is telling his countrymen to line up and get stuck with the shots:

Big League Politics has reported on how these vaccines were rushed through the approval process, with significant corporate liability protections, only to cause horrific side-effects in some recipients of the shots from the outset:

A 39-year-old Utah mother dropped dead just four days after receiving the second injection as part of the COVID-19 vaccine regime pushed at warp speed by Big Pharma.

Kassidi Kurill was stuck with the second dose of the vaccine on Feb. 1, and she was dead by Feb. 5. Her family reports that she had no preexisting health conditions before receiving the vaccine.

“She was seemingly healthy as a horse,” Kurill’s father, Alfred Hawley, said to Fox News. “She had no known underlying conditions.”

Hawley reported that Kurill grew sicker each day, and he took her to the emergency room when her heart began racing on the fourth day after receiving the shot.

“When I took her to the emergency room, she had her makeup on and false eyelashes on. I mean she wasn’t going to go not put together,” Hawley said.

Kurill suffered liver failure and was sent to a nearby hospital for a potential transplant, but she could not be stabilized for the surgery to take place.

“They were trying to get her to a point where she was stable enough for a liver transplant. And they just could not get her stable,” Hawley said. “She got worse and worse throughout the day. And at nine o’clock, she passed.”

Kurill’s untimely death leaves a nine-year-old daughter without her mother. There is currently an autopsy report that is pending.

Questions are pertinent on vaccine side effects and development, with more humans slated to receive the shots than any other in history.