There is a reason that people are ambivalent about the experimental jab that the world’s governments are pushing on the masses. No one knows the long-term side effects of it and no one is talking about those receiving the jab are the case studies for it.
Now, the news is spreading that the first person to receive the vaccine has died and his name is William Shakespeare.
I am not sure if his name really is William Shakespeare considering that it just seems too perfect if you ask me. However, that is the official story since the BBC is reporting that his name is William and also, they are 100% sure that his death had nothing to do with the COVID jab at all.
Do I truly have to ask how is that not even being considered to be a cause for his death? One would think that all factors would be looked out to decide how this man died.
Take a look:
William Shakespeare, the first man to get Covid vaccine, dies of unrelated illness at 81 https://t.co/MDFyP9YYPu
— BBC News (UK) (@BBCNews) May 25, 2021
We're sorry to hear of the death of Coventry Labour stalwart Bill Shakespeare. Bill made global headlines as 1st first man to have Covid vaccine. His decades of service to the party were recently recognised by @Keir_Starmer. Our thoughts are with Joy and Bill's family & friends. pic.twitter.com/ANCTeGFYEs
— West Midlands Labour (@WMLabour) May 24, 2021
Here is more from BBK UK:
The second person in the world to get the Pfizer-BioNTech jab has died of an unrelated illness.
Bill Shakespeare, 81, received his first Covid vaccine in December at University Hospital Coventry shortly after 91-year-old Margaret Keenan.
Coventry councillor Jayne Innes, a friend of Mr Shakespeare, said he had died on Thursday and added the “best tribute to Bill is to have the jab”.
Mr Shakespeare had worked at Rolls Royce and was a parish councillor.
The 81-year-old, who had served his local community in Allesley for more than three decades and was an inpatient on the hospital’s frailty ward at the time of his first jab, said it had been “wonderful”.
Ms Innes wrote in a post on Facebook: “Bill will be remembered for many things, including a taste for mischief.”
She said he had always been proud to be from Coventry and had served as a governor at Allesley Primary and Coundon Court schools.
Mr Shakespeare leaves his wife Joy, their two adult sons and grandchildren.
West Midlands Labour group said on Twitter: “Bill made global headlines as [the first] man to have Covid vaccine.
“His decades of service to the party were recently recognised by Keir Starmer.
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