University of Cincinnati student dead a day after getting J&J vaccine

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A University of Cincinnati student died one day after receiving the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, according to health officials.

John Foley, 21, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday — a day after he was administered the one-dose jab, Hamilton County Coroner Lakshmi Kode Sammarco told Fox 19.

The cause of Foley’s death is under investigation by the Ohio Department of Health and the coroner’s office.

Foley was found Sunday by his roommates. There is no evidence that his death is related to the Johnson & Johnson shot — which was paused in the US this week over ties to blood clots.

Foley’s family released a statement calling him “this wonderful and sweet joy of our lives.”

“While the facts remain unclear on how he died, we are rejoicing in how he lived: caring for others, lit with God’s grace, and generous to all,” the statement said.

“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.”

News of Foley’s death comes as a man from Mississippi was left paralyzed on one side and unable to talk after receiving the Johnson & Johnson shot.

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