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Sister of man who died after AstraZeneca jab urges public to have vaccine – The Guardian

Dr Alison Astles says her brother, Neil Astles, was ‘extraordinarily unlucky’ because risk of dying from vaccine is tiny

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The sister of a man who died from a rare blood clot on the brain after receiving the AstraZeneca vaccine has urged the public to keep saving lives by continuing to receive the jab.
Neil Astles, a 59-year-old solicitor at Warrington council, was given his first dose on 17 March but died in hospital on Easter Sunday after suffering from 10 days of worsening headaches and loss of vision.
His sister, Dr Alison Astles, the subject leader for pharmacy at the University of Huddersfield, told the Daily…

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