25-Year-Old Doctor Kansuda Wichaisuek Dies 1 Month After Receiving Pfizer COVID-19 Booster

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25-year-old Kansuda Wichaisuek tragically died one month after receiving the Pfizer COVID-19 booster shot.

The physician from Thailand, known by her friends and family as “Dr.Po,” took the booster shot on December 7th and started feeling ill 10 days later.

She began having symptoms on December 17th and was hospitalized on December 23rd.

Sadly, her condition worsened after a brief improvement, and she passed away on January 7th.

 

 

The COVID World shared details:

Dr. Po, a beloved 25-year-old physician in the Thai city of Ratchaburi, had her booster shot on December 7th and suffered no immediate symptoms. However, ten days later on December 17th, Po started to experience side effects including high temperature and fever. She took a COVID test which came back negative and blood was also drawn which showed no problems.

Her body temperature, which was as high as 40 degrees, persisted and she was hospitalized on December 23rd.

Po’s symptoms improved after five days and she started rehabilitation at Ratchburi hospital.

Against the expectations of doctors, she suffered a setback, and on January 4th she messaged her father about high fever and a drop in her blood pressure.

Two days later, on January 6th, she suffered a sudden cardiac arrest and was resuscitated multiple times. However, she became brain-dead after a period of being unconscious and passed away on January 7th.

Suraphon, Dr. Po’s father, was devastated after her death and said:

“My daughter had received the booster shot, but the doctors try not to mention any relationship to the vaccination. She was never sick before the vaccine, but after vaccination, she was always sick.

I was already skeptical about the vaccine, but I had no evidence to show her why.”

The COVID World shared this video report from AMARINTV:

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