A man From Mississippi is Experiencing a Blood Clot After Receiving The Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine, Has Now Been Paralyzed

A man from Mississippi who is experiencing a blood clot after receiving the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, has now been paralyzed on one side and is unable to walk and talk according to his family
 
Brad Malagarie, 43, of St. Martin, suffered a stroke after receiving the one-dose shot of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine last week, news station WLOX reported.
 
This father of seven children had spent the morning at his office in D’Iberville before heading to get the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. When he returned back to work, within three hours, his co-workers noticed he was unresponsive at his desk.
 
“They called me and said he had that vaccine, and something is wrong. We think it’s a stroke. You know, we don’t know,” said Celeste Foster O’Keefe, Brad’s aunt.
 
Brad was then rushed to the Ochsner’s Medical Center in New Orleans where he was diagnosed with a stroke. It is reported that a blood clot had lodged in his left-middle cerebral artery.
 
Celeste, who is also brad’s boss, said that the family strongly believes that the vaccine caused and is responsible for the stroke.
 
“He’s a young, healthy 43-year-old, you know, and I immediately thought it. And I said, ‘be sure to tell the doctors, tell the doctors he took that Johnson and Johnson vaccine,” said O’Keefe.
 
According to Celeste, Brad had only one health issue before the vaccine was administered and that is high blood pressure, which he always controlled with medication.
 
Giving new update on his condition, O’Keefe said Mr.Brad has been left paralyzed on the right side of his body. 
 
“He can’t talk now and he can’t walk. He’s paralyzed on the right side. He knows who we are and he will just cry when he sees us,” O’Keefe said.
 
O’Keefe said doctors are uncertain how long it will take for him to recover.
 
“We want him to be able to communicate, to be able to walk and talk again, even if it’s not perfect, that’s okay,” O’Keefe said.
 
This comes days after Federal regulators in the US stopped the use of the one-dose J&J shot after six women between the ages of 18 and 48 developed blood clots, including one who died.

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