“Radio Legend” Dies “Suddenly” Two Months After Second Covid Jab

Tragic death shocks many Australians

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Long-time ABC Radio Perth presenter Russell Woolf died suddenly in his sleep Monday night.

The 57-year-old Australian radio host bragged on Twitter about receiving his second AstraZeneca Covid vaccine on August 19th.

Woolf was a national broadcaster for more than 20 years and was most recently the co-host of ABC Perth’s breakfast show alongside Nadia Mitsopoulos.

Following the unexpected passing, Mitsopoulos published a tribute to the radio legend, writing, “Without Russell, the ABC isn’t the same place it was for much of the past 20 years. I am heartbroken at the loss of my outrageously talented colleague and supremely loyal friend.”

“I should be more stoic for the sake of his beautiful wife Kylie and wonderful daughter Bronte, who have lost an incredibly loving husband and father,” she added. “They were his everything. And he was theirs.” 

Several Australian celebs and even politicians commemorated Woolf with kind words on social media.

Comedian Wil Anderson said, “He was generous, supportive and funny and I considered him a friend and always looked forward to our conversations. I’m shattered by this news and send my love to his friends, family and colleagues.”

On Tuesday, hundreds of anti-Covid vaccine protesters gathered outside Australia’s Parliament House to speak out against vaccine mandates, lockdowns and other government measures.

Some of the demonstrators also discussed the possibility that the experimental vaccines could have been the cause of Woolf’s death.

Many individuals gathered wore their medical scrubs, one woman’s shirt reading, “Nurse 15 Years.”

Woolf’s cause of death is oddly being kept quiet thus far, and no statement has been made by his family.


Are vaccines safe? That’s the question and one that you cannot seem to ask in society these days without abuse and censorship.



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