By Brian Shilhavy | Health Impact News
Thousands of deaths in the U.S. have now been recorded following injection of one of the experimental, non-FDA approved COVID shots since they were given Emergency Use Authorizations (EUAs) at the end of 2020 and early 2021.
We have brought to the public personal stories of dozens of these deaths that have occurred shortly after receiving the injections.
Now, for the first time that we have been aware of, death more than 3 months past the second injection has occurred with a young 27-year-old doctor from Chicago, raising very serious concerns about the lack of long-term studies in any of these mRNA experimental injections.
If this death had occurred among someone who was elderly and frail, and with co-morbidity conditions, it would be difficult to suspect the death was related to the injection in any way.
However, when it occurs in an otherwise healthy 27-year-old doctor who was athletically active right up until the day before he died, then it would be foolish not to consider the very strong possibility that his death was related to the injections, especially since no long-term studies have been conducted on any of these current COVID-19 shots.
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The tragic story of Dr. Joshimar Henry from Chicago has been reported to me by a physician friend who lives in Illinois, and The COVID Blog has covered his story as well.
Dr. Joshimar Henry was a resident doctor in the PGY1 program (pharmacy) at Humboldt Park Health in Chicago, according to his Facebook page. He was among the first Chicago residents to get the first dose of Pfizer’s experimental mRNA shot on December 15, 2020.
Dr. Henry received his second shot on January 6.
He said in a Facebook post that he understands people’s hesitancy. But he made his decision after “some research.”
Details are scant from that point. But judging from his Facebook timeline, life was fine. He was a big-time soccer fan and involved with social justice issues. In fact, he posted a video clip from Chicago Southside Pick-Up Soccer on April 2.
He was dead on April 3.
Dr. Henry was married to Griselda Heather Morales, and her father also reported his death on Facebook.
It is very rare for someone healthy and athletically active under the age of 30 to just suddenly drop dead.
Dr. Henry was originally from the eastern Caribbean island of Saint Lucia. He earned his medical degree from Spartan Health Sciences University in Saint Lucia. His father was Joachim Henry, a Saint Lucia politician. Heather Morales, also a doctor, was his wife.
All of the foregoing is important because healthy, young, happy men don’t just drop dead. Maybe 1 in 50,000 sudden cardiac deaths per year are people under age 35, according to the Mayo Clinic. Strokes, another sudden cause of death, are extremely rare for people under 40, let alone 30.