Claims have been made on social media linking the death of national footballer Serbegeth Singh – better known as Shebby Singh – to a Covid-19 booster shot he received a few days before his demise. Is this true?
Serbegeth’s 32-year-old son Sonuljit Singh said doctors told his family that his father’s death was “99% related to a heart attack”.
“His post-mortem showed three of his coronary arteries having blockages. All his vital organs were in perfect working condition and there were also no signs of an allergic reaction,” Sonuljit said.
He added that doctors said his father also had cardiac fibrosis and it was almost certain that he may have had a silent heart attack some time ago, considering the severe blockages in his arteries.
“His father, siblings and many of his relatives have a history of similar ailments which makes them all fall in the high-risk category,” said Sonuljit.
“My father’s family’s medical history is bad. His heart was ready to go at any time and it had nothing to do with the booster shot,” he added.