Ellington, otherwise in good health, began to feel sick shortly after getting vaccinated on Monday, March 8.
Her condition worsened for two days. She passed suddenly on March 10.
Ingle, devastated by her mother’s death, wants to know if there is a connection between her passing and the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
The pharmaceutical giant notably developed its vaccine using abortion-derived cell lines.
Medical examiner Susan Hawkins, who signed the death certificate, wrote that the vaccine was one of the “significant conditions contributing to her death.”
Ingle agreed with the paramedic’s diagnosis.
“[The vaccine] definitely escalated things,” Ingle said. “Whether she was going to have a stroke in 30 years or whether she was going to have it now, it definitely triggered it.”
Despite the timing of Ellington’s death, health expert and medical professor Dr. Stephen Moll, wants Americans to trust the immunization.
“The vaccine is appropriate for everybody independent of the family history or their personal history,” the health expert claimed.
Moll also believes that Ellington’s death certificate should not include mention of the vaccine.
Ellington’s death comes amid concern over the Coronavirus vaccines, which have been pushed on Americans by alleged experts like Dr. Anthony Fauci.
Experts have advocated for vaccination despite the rushed development over the past year.
Johnson & Johnson responded to Ellington’s death: “There is no greater priority than the safety and well-being of the people we serve. We carefully review reports of this nature that involve individuals receiving our medicines, or in this instance, a vaccine.”