Mahima Mathew: 31-Year-Old Pregnant Woman Dead 10 Days After Covishield (AstraZeneca) Injection

By The COVID Blog

Ms. Mahima Mathew

PALA, KERALA — A 31-year-old pregnant woman is dead after a doctor’s orders to accept her own slaughter.

Ms. Mahima Mathew received the first experimental Covishield viral vector DNA injection on August 6, according to the Kerala Kaumudi. Covishield and Vaxzevria are two other brand names for the AstraZeneca injections, similar to Comirnaty and Pfizer.  A Pala gynecologist recommended she receive the injection despite also learning she was seven weeks pregnant that day.

Five days later, on August 11, Ms. Mathew suffered debilitating headaches. She went back to the same Pala hospital that day. Doctors gave her pain killers and antacids before sending her home. Ms. Mathew was back in the hospital on August 15 when her condition worsened. She was declared brain dead the next day and officially deceased on August 20.

A post-death examination revealed Ms. Mathew suffered from a brain hemorrhage. Her death certificate says she “may have” died as a result of the AstraZeneca injection. The news was exacerbated by two more women’s deaths after experimental injections that week. Ms. Divya Nair received her first Covishield/AstraZeneca injection on August 2. The 38-year-old suffered brain bleeding and died on August 22.

A 21-year-old woman called Renjitha of Vavadukkam received her first Covishield/AstraZeneca injection on August 3. She developed blood clots in her brain and died on August 25.