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According to a report released on Sunday, a Michigan youngster named Jacob Clynick died in his sleep three days after receiving the coronavirus vaccine in June, and the Centers for Disease Control has initiated an investigation into his death.
Jacob Clynick, who was about to start high school in the fall, got his second dosage of the Pfizer vaccination on June 13 at a Walgreens in Zilwaukee, Mich., according to his aunt.
He was 13 years old.
Jacob Clynick Health Condition
Jacob was in good health and had no underlying illnesses. The only side effects he suffered in the two days following the second jab were weariness and fever, which were the same as most others.
Dies Is Sleep
Jacob complained of a stomach ache before going to sleep on June 15, two nights after taking the second dose, and never woke up. Tammy Burages, his aunt, said, “He passed away in the middle of the night at home,”
The county health department verified the CDC inquiry. An autopsy was performed by the medical examiner, however, the cause of death was not determined.
The Medical Director of the Saginaw County Health Department informed the Free Press in a statement, read, “The investigation as to whether there is a correlation between his death and vaccination is now at the federal level with CDC,”
“Meanwhile, the health department continues to encourage families to speak with their physicians to weigh their own risks and benefits of vaccination.”
Jacob’s death came a month after the CDC acknowledged “relatively few” incidents of myocarditis, a heart muscle inflammation, among teenagers and young adults who received the vaccination, albeit the majority of cases were minor.
The American Academy of Pediatrics concurred, calling the condition “an extremely rare side effect” that most patients recover from without therapy. While Jacob’s family mourns his sudden death, his aunt stressed the need of determining whether the vaccine was totally safe for children.
She said, “If there are factors that can make it riskier for some kids (to get a vaccine), I hope health officials can figure out what those are,”