A 68-year-old Kansas woman died of anaphylaxis after an allergic reaction to the Moderna COVID vaccine.

A 68-year-old Kansas woman died of anaphylaxis after an allergic reaction to the Moderna COVID vaccine.

A 68-year-old Kansas woman died of anaphylaxis after an allergic reaction to the Moderna COVID vaccine: an autopsy found she also had hypertension and “reactive airway disease.”

  • Jeanie King, 68, died on March 24, 2021, one day after being vaccinated with Moderna.
  • Twenty minutes after the injection, she complained that her airways were closing.
  • She was taken to the hospital at 5:21 pm and died the next day at 11:55 am.
  • King’s autopsy revealed that she had a history of allergic reactions that caused her throat to close.
  • She had previously had a reaction to the drug albuterol, which is contained in inhalers.
  • The autopsy also revealed that she had “reactive airway disease” which was not asthma.
  • Her family says they intend to file a lawsuit against Moderna.

The 68-year-old Kansas woman who died after receiving the Moderna COVID vaccine suffered from an allergic reaction to the vaccine that closed her airway, her autopsy showed, but she also had a history of hypertension and an allergic reaction disorder that was caused by other drugs in the past.

Jeanie King, 68, died on March 24, 2021 after being shot in Ozaukee, Kansas.

About 20 minutes after the injection, she complained that her airways were closing. She was taken by ambulance to the hospital at 5:21 pm and died the next day at 11:55 am.

Now, an autopsy obtained by The Topeka Capital Journal has revealed that she had an allergic reaction to the vaccine that caused her airways to close.

Jeanie King, 68, died on March 24, 2021 after being shot in Ozawki, Kansas.

Jeanie King, 68, died on March 24, 2021 after being shot in Ozawki, Kansas.

She was given an EpiPen, but she died anyway.

Pfizer and Moderna are the only two-shot vaccines approved in the US.

Pfizer and Moderna are the only two-shot vaccines approved in the US.

King had a history of allergic reactions – before the Moderna vaccine, she had an allergic reaction to albuterol, a drug found in inhalers.

Her autopsy revealed that she also suffered from “reactive respiratory disease,” but it was not asthma, which is one of the comorbidities considered dangerous if a person also gets COVID.

An autopsy revealed that she also had a history of environmental allergies.

The King family says they intend to sue Moderna for wrongful death.

According to the CDC, anaphylaxis caused by COVID vaccines is extremely rare, with CDC estimates that it affects five people in 1 million.

It is not clear how many people in America or around the world have suffered adverse reactions to vaccines, two of which are approved in America.

Johnson and Johnson’s single-shot vaccine was temporarily put on hold after several women developed blood clots days after they were vaccinated.

One woman died in Washington state in September 2021, weeks after receiving the vaccine. Now it is considered safe again.

Similar reactions have been reported in the UK among women who received the AstraZeneca vaccine.

Among those who have died from complications from the vaccine is British radio presenter Lisa Shaw.

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