How selfish can you get? Leicestershire man says he won’t be getting a second vaccine dose because of a teensy-weensy non-event where his common-law wife and mother of three died after getting one:

“I still don’t think I’ll get my second dose after everything that has happened. I’m not saying people shouldn’t get vaccinated. It’s every individual’s choice.

“I do know how rare it is for things to go so badly wrong but it has happened to us and that has affected how I think about things myself.”

Doesn’t he know that if he doesn’t get a vaccine our vaccines won’t work either?! Some people are just so selfish!

Mark said: “We were so happy and looking forward to the future and then suddenly I’m having to explain to Orson (5) that his mummy has died.

“I’d already told him that mummy had gone into hospital because she needed medicine.

“Then I told him that the medicine hadn’t worked, and that mummy couldn’t come home then a couple of days later I told him that she had died.

“Our world has been turned upside down.

“Every day I wake up and Lucy is the first thing I think about.”

Blah, blah, blah, poor little Orson, whatevs. Forget about this Orson person, what about us??? We’ll be getting vagzinated and then it won’t even work because you didn’t get yours!

Mark said: “I don’t want people to be put off having a vaccine but I do want people to know that there are risks.

We’re not anti-vax. Lucy certainly wasn’t – she was so excited about getting it.

“She’s stuck like glue to all the lockdown rules and saw the vaccine as a step to getting out again and seeing her and hugging her mates.

“She couldn’t wait to get it but nobody thought this would happen.”

Blah, blah, blah! More propaganda from Mister Selfish! Mr. Claims-not-to-be-anti-vax-but-won’t-take-his-shot! Well, no vaccine passport for you then and your extremist anti-vaxxer family! Hope you’re stuck in your house forever! Enjoy not being able to go anywhere! That’s what happens to you when you’re selfish!

Thirteen days after her jab Lucy was taken to the Leicester Royal Infirmary where blood clots were diagnosed.

Her condition worsened and she suffered a massive stroke.

She was transferred to the intensive care unit at Nottingham’s Queen’s Medical Centre (QMC) but, despite surgery, consultants said there was nothing more that could be done for her and recommended her life support be switched off on April 10.

Mark said consultants said Lucy’s severe illness was vaccine-related. Her death certificate says she died of cerebral venous sinus thrombosis and vaccine-associated thrombosis with thrombocytopenia.