For over a year, Dr. SarahBeth Hartlage urged people to take COVID-19 vaccines. She called for vaccination mandates.
She once tweeted a picture of herself opening a box of mRNA jabs and said she’d had “a little visit from the Pfizer fairy.” She was thrilled when regulators authorized shots for 5-year-olds and disappointed when Pfizer postponed its application for 6-month-olds.
She also ran the city of Louisville’s vaccine clinic, which injected people with almost 120,000 mRNA shots.
Last week, Dr. Hartlage suddenly died.
She was attending a medical conference in Florida. Her death was “sudden and unexpected,” according to Louisville’s chief health strategist. Dr. Hartlage was 36.
Beyond that, no details are available.
What killed Dr. SarahBeth Hartlage?