A 48-year-old rock singer named Zion was killed by AstraZeneca’s covid-19 vaccine and a string of misdiagnoses and medical malpractice in May of 2021. When all was said and done, neurosurgeons at the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle linked Zion’s death back to the experimental vaccine. Zion received the vaccine and began suffering from migraines and occipital neuralgia just eight days later. He suffered a serious reaction that was not properly treated, that ultimately led to slurred speech, loss of balance, seizures and a brain bleed.
His fiancée, 38-year-old Vikki Spit, became the first person to receive compensation for wrongful death caused by the controversial covid-19 vaccine.
Zion and Vikki had been together for 21 years and were set to be married. She was awarded £120,000 for the wrongful death, which is the maximum amount allowed by the country’s Vaccine Damage Payment Scheme. This system was setup in 1979 and does not factor in today’s inflation, higher cost of medical care and lost wages. The system is operated by the National Health Services Business Services Authority. The amount awarded to Vikki did not fully cover the cost of lost wages and medical expenses incurred by the vaccine-induced death. She is fortunate to be compensated at all by a system that ignores the reality of vaccine injury and death. She should have also been compensated for a string of misdiagnoses and medical malpractice that followed the vaccine injury.First person to receive compensation for wrongful death caused by AstraZeneca’s covid vaccine speaks out – Dr. Eddy Bettermann MD