The Athens Court of Appeal prosecutor and poet George Tsironis, who reportedly was in a coma for a long time due to complications after vaccination, died at the age of 60.
According to information received from relatives and published by thebest.gr, Mr. Tsironis was vaccinated against the coronavirus with the AstraZeneca vaccine. Two weeks after vaccination, on April 2, 2021, he was admitted to a private clinic in Patras with pulmonary embolism. While hospitalized, he suffered a heart attack and was admitted to the intensive care unit.
In July, according to the same source, Konstantinos Vatiotis, a lawyer and former associate professor of criminal law at the Faculty of Law at the University of Democritus Thrace, told Focus FM that Cironis was suffering from health problems due to the side effects of the vaccine.
After complications with the health of a 60-year-old patient, doctors sent a yellow card to the national pharmaceutical organization ΕΟΦ (Εθνικός Οργανισμός Φαρμάκων) to check if the complications were related to the vaccine. According to the information, Mr. Tsironis also had other health problems.
Announcement by the Association of Greek Prosecutors: “The Board of Directors expresses deep regret at the untimely death of fellow Athens Court of Appeal, Georgios Tsironis, and offers heartfelt condolences to his family and loved ones.”
The funeral service will take place in the Church of St. Andrew of Patras on Wednesday 15-9-2021 at 11.00.