A statement of claim filed in Manitoba’s Court of King’s Bench this month is seeking damages after a family alleges their son had a stroke days after getting the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine in 2021. (Colin Butler/CBC)
March 24, 2023
Family says they believe hemorrhagic stroke in 2021 was caused by the vaccine
A Manitoba family is suing AstraZeneca Canada, alleging their son had a stroke following his COVID-19 vaccination that has left him unable to work or care for himself.
Jackson Troy Reimer, now 23, was “in excellent health” before getting vaccinated while working at the Whistler Blackcomb ski resort in British Columbia in 2021, according to a statement of claim filed in Manitoba’s Court of King’s Bench on March 16.
But six days after getting his shot, he started feeling dizzy, losing his vision and having severe headaches. A CT scan at Vancouver General Hospital found Reimer had a hemorrhagic stroke, the lawsuit says.
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