Kerry Hurt is a 43-year-old mother from the United Kingdom who was left in a wheelchair after trying to do “‘the right thing” by getting the COVID-19 vaccine. She now sees this as a huge mistake, as she was left with blood clots and a stroke, which have put her in a wheelchair.

Kerry told the Manchester Evening News that she was forced to get life-saving treatment because a blood clot formed on her brain a week after having her AstraZeneca vaccine in April. The operation involved having part of her skull removed, and she then suffered a “massive stroke,” which resulted in the left side of her body being paralyzed.

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Doctors have since confirmed to Kerry that her condition can be attributed to the vaccine. Her husband Patrick, who spent months by her bedside in the hospital, stressed that they are not “anti-vaccination peddlers.” Instead, they want the government to provide better support to families like his.

“Millions of people have been helped, but for those who have suffered, surely they should be given the support they need, as, after all, we were only doing what we were asked for the benefit of all,” he said. “We were a healthy couple that went on six-mile walks at the weekend, and we didn’t expect anything like this.”

Patrick went on to say that he has talked to lawyers about how to claim support or compensation as a result of what has happened, but they have not wanted to take on his wife’s case.

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“We know it’s saved a lot of people, but for us, it went wrong, and they need to support us,” he said, with Kerry adding, “We thought we were doing the right thing by taking the vaccine, but obviously it all went a bit pear-shaped for me.”

Kerry has not been able to return to work, which is why her brother has set up a GoFundMe page for her. The page has already raised over $10,000, which will be spent on specialist equipment as well as paying for the continued rehab sessions that she needs. She will also be getting another operation where a metal plate will be inserted in the place of the missing part of her skull.

Kerry spoke out to say that the support she’s gotten online has been “amazing.”

“People have been so kind and so good and supportive. We’ve been overwhelmed by it,” she said. “The family support has been incredible. We couldn’t have done it without them.”

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Kerry’s brother has said that the strength she’s shown through all of this has been “amazing.”

“She is now confined to a wheelchair and is having daily physiotherapy to try and help get some movement back into her left side,” he said. “As a family, we are strong, but how Kerry has dealt with such a devastating situation is just amazing. She doesn’t complain and just gets on with it.