No, Mauricette, the first vaccinated in France, did not die – Liberation

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The death of Mauricette Doyer, which occurred on the night of Tuesday May 3 to Wednesday May 4, was announced by her husband, who attributed it to the anti-Covid-19 vaccination. But be careful not to confuse it with Mauricette M., the first person vaccinated in December 2020 who is still alive.

Question asked by Jean on May 3, 2022.

You ask us about “the state of health of Mauricette, this elderly person vaccinated live on BFM TV”. Like you, other Internet users are worried about its future. “Mauricette is said to have made history for being the first woman to be vaccinated in France. But she has just lost her life because of this poison. Support your family»writes one of them on Twitter.

Your question and these reactions follow the numerous messages published on social networks about a woman named Mauricette, whose husband has just announced the death on Wednesday, attributing his health problems to the anti-Covid-19 vaccine from the Pfizer laboratory. .

In reality, it is not the same Mauricette. The one you are referring to is Mauricette M., the first French woman vaccinated against Covid-19, on December 27, 2020. The injection of her first dose, which symbolically launched the vaccination campaign in France, had been widely covered by the media, and broadcast live on continuous news channels, including, indeed, BFMTV.

At that time, she was hospitalized in the long-term care unit of the René-Muret hospital in Sevran (Seine-Saint-Denis). However, according to our information, and at the time of writing these lines, this Mauricette is still alive, and is even doing well.

No link between Creutzfeldt-Jakob and vaccination

At the origin of the confusion: the homonymy between the two women, as well as significant media coverage of the vaccination of one, and the deterioration of the state of health of the other. The case of Mauricette Doyer, who died last night, was indeed relayed en masse by her family, and in particular by her husband Marc Doyer, who in recent months has toured television sets and radio studios to denounce the effects alleged vaccinations suffered by his wife.

According to her relatives, the Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease that she developed would be linked to the vaccines against Covid-19 received shortly before she was diagnosed. Except that it is unlikely that the two events are linked, prion diseases like Creutzfeldt-Jakob taking several years to declare themselves. If her pathology had been caused by the Pfizer vaccine, Mauricette Doyer could not have fallen ill so suddenly, as we explained last January. In this article, neurologist Jean-Philippe Brandel recalled that “Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease is a very slow incubating disease. We are closer to ten years than to a few days or a few weeks”.


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