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walesonline.co.uk 15 Sep, 2021 10:15 am

Mum left fighting for life after Covid jab says she will let daughter have it

Mum left fighting for life after Covid jab says she will let daughter have it
Kirsty suffered a severe reaction, but says parents should protect their children with the vaccine

Three million children aged between 12 and 15 will be able to get their first shot of coronavirus vaccine from next week Despite her shocking life-threatening reaction to the jab, Kirsty has now said she's in support of her daughter Harper-Rose, two, getting the vaccine when she is eligible.The young mum feared she’d never see her two-year-old daughter Harper-Rose again after she was admitted to ICU.Whilst many parents have been against administering the vaccine to their kids, Kirsty is in support of her two-and-a-half year old daughter, Harper-Rose, receiving the jab.Kirsty Hext with her two-year-old daughter Harper-Rose "I've had a few concerns because of what I went through, but I think that's normal, isn't it?

p Show me A mum left fighting for her life after a shocking allergic reaction to the Covid vaccine still plans to let her daughter get vaccinated Mum-of-one Kirsty Hext, 26, was rushed to hospital when she began struggling to breathe minutes after having the second dose of the Pfizer jab.Kirsty Hext in hospital Senior care assistant Kirsty from Havant, Hampshire, said: "I believe the vaccine is helping people, even after what I went through, so that's why I'm letting Harper-Rose have the vaccine.

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