The family of BBC presenter Lisa Shaw has issued a statement about her death.
It says that the 44-year-old had suffered blood clots after receiving the Oxford AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine.
The heartbroken family issued the statement after the award-winning BBC radio presenter tragically passed away last Friday (May 21).
Her family said: “She was treated by the RVI’s (Royal Victoria Infirmary) intensive care team … for blood clots and bleeding in her head.” They also said that married mum-of-one Lisa began to suffer from “severe” headaches “a week” after she had the vaccine. This led to her falling seriously ill “a few days later”. Tragically, Lisa then passed away at the Newcastle hospital.
Website of Lisa Shaw: http://www.lisashaw.co.uk/
Twitter account of Lisa Shaw: https://twitter.com/LisaShawRadio