“A baby tragically drowned in three inches of bathwater when her mother fainted 24 hours after taking the AstraZeneca Covid vaccine,” the Daily Mail reported.
Louise Atkinson blacked out while bathing her nine-month-old daughter at her Dorset home and her husband found her unresponsive on the floor.
An inquest reported that the baby could have been submerged for as long as 30 minutes.
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AstraZeneca should be charged with murder!!!!
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The Daily Mail shared further details of this heartbreaking tragedy:
To his horror, he saw their baby daughter face down in the bath turning blue.
Mr Atkinson picked her out of the water and woke his wife by grabbing hold of her. He then laid Ellie on the bathroom floor where he began CPR while calling 999 on speakerphone.
Mr Atkinson, a business manager, carried on the resuscitation attempts until the emergency services arrived six minutes later at their £500,000 home in Christchurch, Dorset.
Ellie was flown by helicopter to Southampton General Hospital, Hampshire, but was pronounced dead four hours later on March 23, 2021.
It is not known for how long Ellie was submerged before Mr Atkinson found her, although it could have been as long as 30 minutes.
A post-mortem examination found that ‘on the balance of probabilities’ the cause of death was inhalation of water or drowning.
Police investigated Ellie’s death and concluded it was a ‘tragic accident’.
They contacted Public Health England about Mrs Atkinson’s adverse reaction to the vaccine and were sent a general report which said ‘sleepiness and drowsiness’ was an uncommon possible side effect.
The Bournemouth inquest heard Ellie was born premature at 33 weeks and had a heart defect as well as feeding problems which meant she was underweight.
She was due to have heart surgery on March 25 and Mrs Atkinson said she had struggled to sleep or eat in the days beforehand due to ‘anxiety’ about it.
There was also the added stress of arranging Covid tests for her and her husband so they could accompany Ellie during her planned ten-day stay in hospital, the hearing heard.
Read the full report at the Daily Mail.