Cincinnati Coroner Lakshmi Sammarco said there is “no direct evidence” that the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine killed 21-year-old University of Cincinnati college student John Foley.
Foley received the single-shot of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine on Saturday, and he was found dead the following day.
Cincinnati police responded to Foley’s off-campus residence after 9 p.m. Sunday, but it is unclear if he died at home or at the hospital.
His cause of death has not been determined.
A preliminary autopsy filed with the Hamilton County Coroner’s Office suggests that Foley died from a heart or breathing issue.
According to Sammarco, she does not see a correlation between Foley taking the Johnson & Johnson vaccine and his death.
By preliminary autopsy findings, we don’t see a direct connection between the two. There’s some misinformation about clots or pulmonary emboli, and again on autopsy, we did not find any evidence of that.
Foley is being remembered for his generous, caring, and loving personality, and his positive attitude. He was studying medical sciences, and he made the dean’s list every semester.
Foley’s family released the following statement:
Our beloved son John Francis Foley is gone, and our family mourns the loss of this wonderful and sweet joy of our lives.
While the facts remain unclear how he died, we are rejoicing in how he lived: caring for others, lit with God’s grace, and generous to all. We know the doctors involved are doing their best.
We must be patient, and we ask everyone else to be patient too. John was going to be a doctor, so this is what he would want.
We understand many want to know more about his death – we do too – but we ask people to understand that this is the time for our family to grieve in private. Thank you.”
We send our deepest condolences to John Foley’s family and friends.
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Personally, I don’t trust any of the vaccines because I feel scientists have not had the appropriate amount of time to study the virus.