A reporter at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Egypt passed out during a live broadcast, drawing global attention amid an apparent rise in reports of otherwise healthy people collapsing and in many cases dying “suddenly” or “unexpectedly.”
Julie Yoo, reporting Nov. 9 for Channel NewsAsia, was “feeling a little unwell due to dehydration and low blood sugar,” according to her employer, Singapore-based Mediacorp.
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However, many others have not fared well, as a sampling of news reports since Friday attest:
- Colleagues remember Albany firefighter who died suddenly Saturday
- University mourning sudden death of student-athlete
- ‘We’re all devastated.’ Business leader who championed Kennewick dies suddenly
- Yorkshire rugby player and club captain dies suddenly at 29
- Nigerian teenage basketballer dies after suffering heart attack
- Three days of mourning following sudden heart attack death of Caicó City Hall lawyer Dayhanne Greyce, 43
- Bengali actress Aindrila Sharma dies at 24
- KIX Drummer JIMMY CHALFANT Carried Offstage After Suffering Suspected Heart Attack
- 16-year-old New Jersey boy died unexpectedly from unknown heart condition
- Soccer player, 16, dies after training session
Others were reported to be recovering:
- UConn women’s basketball’s Chris Dailey collapses before game
- High school football player recovering at hospital after surviving stroke
Two prominent cardiologists – Dr. Peter McCullough and Dr. Aseem Malhotra – believe the best explanation for the “sudden and unexpected” deaths and cardiac events in otherwise healthy people is the COVID-19 vaccines.
See Julie Yoo reporting from the climate change conference:
I hope she’s ok. Another climate change victim collapses on camera. pic.twitter.com/zEpNZxM2of
— New World Odor™ (@hugh_mankind) November 20, 2022
Brazilian reporter Vanessa Medeiros recently collapsed during a live TV report.