An investigation into Florida doctor who died two weeks after COVID-19 vaccine

Dr. Gregory Michael, 56, an OB-GYN at Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami Beach, died on Monday in the wake of encountering a hemorrhagic stroke, the Palm Beach Post revealed. 

The clinical scene is accepted to have been brought about by an absence of platelets, the source revealed. 

Michael had gotten the Pfizer immunization on Dec. 18 and encountered a “solid response,” as per his better half, Heidi Neckelmann. 

In a Facebook post Tuesday, Neckelmann said Michael went to the medical clinic three days after the fact because of dabs on his skin that demonstrated he may be experiencing inward dying. 

The Florida Department of Health said Miami clinical analysts are driving the examination — and will give their discoveries to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Palm Beach Post revealed. 

Pfizer, which built up the immunization, said it will dispatch its own test into the passing. 

“We are effectively exploring this case, however, we don’t accept right now that there is an immediate association with the antibody,” the organization told the source in an assertion.