Rory Nairn’s death officially linked covid vaccine

An autopsy has found that the recent death of Dunedin man Rory Nairn, pictured with fiancé Ashleigh Wilson is linked the Pfizer Covid vaccine.

1News reports that an autopsy on Nairn found the 26-year-old died of vaccine-related myocarditis, a known side-effect of the vaccine. Nairn died 17 November 2021 after experiencing myocarditis-like symptoms over nearly a fortnight.

He died at the home he shared with his fiancee Ashleigh Wilson, after receiving his first dose of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine on November 5.

A pathologist’s assessment of the case was that Nairn died of acute myocarditis, a known side-effect, and with “no other cause” for the condition, that it was prompted by the vaccine. 

The Ministry of Health has this week put out an urgent letter asking health providers to do a better job of warning people about possible serious side effects of the vaccine.

On 15 December director-general of health Ashley Bloomfield issued a warning that the vaccine could cause heart issues.

Ashleigh has previously told The Buzz: “I urge anyone who experiences any heart symptoms to seek medical advice at a hospital immediately.”

Ashleigh say she won’t be getting a booster shot.

According to Med’safe’ 117 people are reported to have died following vaccination, 31 mums have reported miscarriage following vaccination, and only 5% of adverse reactions to covid vaccines in New Zealand are reported to the CARM adverse reaction database.