WHY DID THE NZ HERALD REMOVE FROM THEIR ONLINE ARTICLE A SENTENCE STATING THAT A WOMAN’S DEATH HAD COME JUST ONE DAY AFTER HER SECOND COVID SHOT? (UPDATED)
11 April, 2021
An article from the Herald we posted a link to this morning, originally included a sentence stating that Auckland woman, Pauline Hanna who passed away at Easter, had had her second covid shot the day prior. I quoted from it:
“‘A source told the Herald [Pauline] Hanna was still sending work emails at 10pm on Sunday and that she had had her second Covid-19 vaccine earlier that day.‘
Sincere condolences to this family.“
That sentence has since been edited out of the online version, however it remains in the hard copy (see below). Why did they remove this detail about the shot?
The NZ Herald have now updated their retraction of the sentence with:
Note: Those who opt not to vaccinate or who question the official narrative are frequently referred to as ‘anti-vaxxers’. These people are not ‘anti’ anything, they are simply pro-informed choice.
With all due respect to this family … given a full Police investigation is in progress, it is intriguing that a conclusion has already been reached that this is not related to an experimental injection administered the day before, when the FDA clearly lists death as a possible adverse effect.
To read FDA’s draft list of possible outcomes download the document, the list is on page 17: