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Covid vaccine death: “I didn’t know it was possible for a human to die so horrifically, so quickly”


A medical coder for an American hospital spoke out about what she witnessed during the covid era and the first few months of the covid vaccine era.


After the covid injection campaigns began she noticed people were coming to the hospital with life-threatening and unusual conditions. “I didn’t know it was possible for a human to die so horrifically, so quickly,” she said.


As a medical coder, Zoe transferred information included in patient medical records into a database for insurance purposes. A medical coder’s job is critical for physicians to get paid.


In this shocking interview, she unmasked the truth behind covid protocols and their relationship to the incentives behind PCR testing and covid treatments. She also mentioned at some point, the healthcare staff were warned of a fatal flaw in their ventilator settings which they knew was causing death.


When asked what she witnessed after the covid injections were administered, Zoe said: “I didn’t know it was possible for a human to die so horrifically, so quickly, before they rolled out the mRNA injections … [For] days, patients would be seizing, and no medications would stop it, and eventually they … kinda had to be put down.”

Children’s Health Defense: Medical Coder During Covid, 15 April 2024 (27 mins)

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The following is a commentary by Dr. Willam Makis on Zoe’s testimony. Dr. Makis is a Canadian physician with expertise in Radiology, Oncology and Immunology.  You can subscribe to and follow Dr. Makis’ work on his Substack page HERE.


A hospital medical coder who goes only by “Zoe” for this interview describes for Children’s Health Defense (ChildrensHD) the horrors she witnessed following the rollout of the covid injections. Among the unthinkable, and deadly, illnesses were things like encephalitis, gangrene of the spine, blood clots, strokes, and multiple system organ failure.


“I didn’t know it was possible for a human to die so horrifically, so quickly, before they rolled out the mRNA injections … It was insane, I’ve never seen anything like that. The worst of them, they called it sepsis, but it was like instant multi-organ failure. Like, within hours patients would die of liver, lung, kidney … failure [all at once] … ” Zoe tells CHD. She adds that “Some of the records … [from the] emergency crew that found them [the injection victims], it’s like their body tried to reject everything and [in] some of these cases their family would be there 30 minutes before, and then within an hour they’re dead.”


Zoe notes that “there were patients coming in with seizures like I’d never seen before,” and that hospital staff “couldn’t control some of them.” The coder adds, “[For] days, patients would be seizing, and no medications would stop it, and eventually they … kinda had to be put down.”


“They called it encephalitis, or encephalopathy, and then later on, even the coding organisation … [called it] covid-19-associated encephalitis,” Zoe says.


“[T]he clots were insane,” the coder notes. “Never seen clots like that before – even the interventional radiologists that were going in with … scopes where they can do heart interventions and do stents [a stent is a tube usually constructed of a metallic alloy or a polymer] in carotid artery (if you have a stroke going to your brain), normally it’s rare to have more than one stent go in, and they were documenting … multiple locations all at once. They had heart attack cases that were like that where they needed massive amounts of stents that they never needed before.”


Zoe goes on to say: “There were people that were hiking in their 20s that were totally healthy, that had been running marathons, that suddenly needed a leg amputated because they had a massive blood clot going from their hip all the way down to their leg, and it couldn’t be saved.”


“There were some cases of overnight spinal gangrene, which I’d never seen before,” the coder adds. “And, you know, you can’t amputate the spine when it goes gangrenous. Normally they cut out tissue that’s dying like that so it prevents further infection and they didn’t know what to do. The only thing they could do was … basically replace that part of [their] spine with an implant, that’s the best they could do … It was really intense.”


As for doctors’ responses to these horrors, Zoe says, “[they] were baffled, they weren’t connecting the dots.” However, she adds: “Knowing what the potential symptoms of a vaccine injury could be, we 100% had all the things I just described.” Despite that knowledge, “doctors would never tell [patients] that. They would just say, ‘It’s a stroke. It’s a heart attack. It’s a blood clot.’ And then they would never connect the two.”

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