Nashville Doctor Dies After First Dose of Pfizer Vaccine, Media Says It Was COVID-19
Dr. Dimitri Ndina was a loving father, husband, grandfather and a pharmaceutical doctor at Tennessee Oncology.
The 57-year-old was admitted to St. Thomas Midtown Hospital in Nashville, Tennessee a short time after he received his first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.
“Sometime after his first vaccine and he somewhat brushed it off, usually when he gets sick he gets better the next day and then he was hospitalized on December 7th,” his 19-year-old Alexis Ndina explained.
“They noted that he started to clot in his lower region so from his legs and started to work up,” Alexis said. Following a 12-day stint in the hospital, Dimitri died on December 20 from “complications.”
His family is in disbelief, saying he was such a healthy man.
“This Vaccine is Not a Vaccine”: Vaccinated Chicago Police Union Boss Says He Has COVID-19, Slams Mandate
The president of Chicago’s Fraternal Order of Police said he tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 on Thursday (Dec. 30) and his “subsiding” symptoms have been mild.
John Catanzara, who is leading the city’s largest police union in a battle against Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for officers, has been vaccinated, according to the Chicago Tribune.
However, in his YouTube announcement on Saturday (Jan. 1), Catanzara derided the jab’s efficacy. “This vaccine is not a vaccine. It’s a COVID treatment at best,” he claimed.
“It is a COVID treatment at best. Far too many people who are vaccinated are getting the virus for it to be called a vaccine. That needs to stop. All we can do is continue to distance a little better, wash your hands more, and be a little smarter about how you interact with other people.”