Dr Eddy Betterman
The death of an Italian man just hours after he was injected with AstraZeneca’s Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine prompted prosecutors in the northern Italian region of Piedmont to seize a batch of 393,600 doses of the shot for suspension and removal.
Sandro Tognatti, a 57-year-old music teacher, reportedly fell ill and died not long after being stabbed with the experimental gene therapy syringe from AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford. The mainstream media is pretending as though Tognatti’s death is a “mystery,” but the government of northern Italy immediately recognized that the vaccine is to blame.
Thus, all doses from the ABV5811 batch where Tognatti’s jab came from have been taken out of the administration pool, though the main government of Italy is insistent that there is “no evidence” of a connection between the jabs and Tognatti’s death.
Last week, two other men died after being injected with the same AstraZeneca jab, prompting officials in Sicily to pull the batch from which those injections came.
We also reported that dozens of middle school teachers in Italy fell ill last week after getting injected, requiring that they be sent home and their schools closed until enough replacement teachers could be found.
It would appear as though all batches of this deadly AstraZeneca vaccine are problematic, which is why Ireland, Denmark, Norway, Iceland, and several other European countries have suspended all administration of the shots until further notice.
The most common adverse effect associated with the AstraZeneca jab besides death is serious blood clotting, officials say. In some cases, these clots are so severe that sudden death follows their formation.