Healthy BBC presenter Lisa Shaw, 44, died after ‘severe’ headaches and brain bleed just days after AstraZeneca vaccine

A HEALTHY BBC presenter died after suffering “severe” headaches and a brain bleed just days after having the AstraZeneca Covid vaccine.

Lisa Shaw‘s interim fact-of-death certificate lists the dose as one of the possible factors.

The 44-year-old mum-of-one, who worked for BBC Newcastle, developed the symptoms a week after her first jab and fell seriously ill a few days later, her family said in a statement.

She died in hospital from blood clots and bleeding in her head on Friday.

Lisa was not known to have any underlying health problems, the BBC reports.

Colleagues said they had seen the certificate issued by the city’s senior coroner Karen Dilks which said an investigation will be held.

It lists a “complication of AstraZeneca Covid-19 virus vaccination” as a consideration.

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