She was 52 years old, was a teacher in Belgium. Christelle Lambert died in Ronse, a town about 40 km from France, on May 30. This tragic news could have remained in the circle of his relatives if Internet users had not taken screenshots of his Facebook account.
On May 22, Christelle Lambert indicated that she had received her first injection of a vaccine against Covid-19, without specifying which one. On May 28, “six days after receiving the first dose”, she reportedly wrote “feeling woozy” and “not standing up”. This post is no longer accessible on his profile, but a screenshot is circulating, associated with the death notice of the teacher.
Internet users then made a connection between the vaccination and the death of Christelle Lambert.
Christelle Lambert’s son has explained to our Belgian colleagues from North Eclair that the death of her mother was not linked to the vaccination. “My mother died of a cardiac arrest due to too much effort required of her body”, he unveiled, confident to rely on the explanations of the doctors of the Ronse hospital, where his mother was being treated. .
Doctors “told us that his death was due neither to Covid nor to vaccination,” he added. Christelle Lambert suffered from a cardiac history, added her son.
The Renaix hospital was unable to provide 20 minutes elements on the causes of death, due to “professional secrecy and GDPR legislation”, said a spokesperson.