BBC radio host dies from a blood clot after AstraZeneca vaccine

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An investigation is ongoing after Lisa Shaw, a local radio broadcaster with BBC Radio, died of a blood clot on the brain at the age of 44, just weeks after receiving the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine.

In a tweet by BBC Radio Newcastle last Sunday, May 23, Shaw's death was confirmed, with the station noting that everyone at the station was "devastated" by the award-winning host's death on May 21.

"She was a brilliant presenter, a wonderful friend and a loving wife and mum," the tweet continued.

On Thursday, May 27, Shaw's family confirmed that the BBC host had been given the AstraZeneca vaccine and experienced "serious headaches" a week later, which progressed to a blood clot on the brain, according to the National File.

The BBC Radio host was not known to have any underlying health issues.

We are so sorry and saddened to share with you that after a short illness our beautiful colleague Lisa Shaw has died.

Everyone at the
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