This story was originally published by the WND News Center.
A reporter at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Egypt passed out during a live broadcast, drawing global attention amid an apparent rise in reports of otherwise healthy people collapsing and in many cases dying “suddenly” or “unexpectedly.”
Julie Yoo, reporting Nov. 9 for Channel NewsAsia, was “feeling a little unwell due to dehydration and low blood sugar,” according to her employer, Singapore-based Mediacorp.
However, many others have not fared well, as a sampling of news reports since Friday attests:
- Colleagues remember Albany firefighter who died suddenly Saturday
- University mourning sudden death of student-athlete
- ‘We’re all devastated.’ Business leader who championed Kennewick dies suddenly
- Yorkshire rugby player and club captain dies suddenly at 29
- Nigerian teenage basketballer dies after suffering heart attack
- Three days of mourning following sudden heart attack death of Caicó City Hall lawyer Dayhanne Greyce, 43
- Bengali actress Aindrila Sharma dies at 24
- KIX Drummer JIMMY CHALFANT Carried Offstage After Suffering Suspected Heart Attack
- 16-year-old New Jersey boy died unexpectedly from unknown heart condition
- Soccer player, 16, dies after training session
Others were reported to be recovering:
- UConn women’s basketball’s Chris Dailey collapses before game
- High school football player recovering at hospital after surviving stroke
Two prominent cardiologists – Dr. Peter McCullough and Dr. Aseem Malhotra – believe the best explanation for the “sudden and unexpected” deaths and cardiac events in otherwise healthy people is the COVID-19 vaccines.
Brazilian reporter Vanessa Medeiros recently collapsed during a live TV report.
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One week ago, Australian Football player Heather Anderson, 28, died unexpectedly:
Dr. James Olsson, a Johns Hopkins-trained biomedical and cancer researcher, keeps track of the reported “died suddenly” incidents via Twitter. And there’s a “died suddenly” page on Facebook.
McCullough, in a recent video interview with WND, pointed out that in the past, long before the COVID vaccines, athletes who died suddenly typically were diagnosed with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, an abnormal thickening of the heart, or premature heart blockage. Now, athletes are thoroughly screened to rule out those conditions.
“When someone dies and the family doesn’t come out and say anything, or doctors don’t come out and say anything, it’s a reasonable assumption that it was the vaccine until proven otherwise,” McCullough told WND.