Ian Matos: 32-Year-Old, Olympic Diver, Dead 19 Weeks After C0VID-19 Vaxxine
By The COVID Blog
Mr. Ian Carlos Gonçalves de Matos
RIO DE JANEIRO — A 32-year-old Brazilian competitive diver is dead, as near-term antibody dependent enhancement (ADE) deaths and maimings continue claiming lives across the globe.
Mr. Ian Matos, full name Ian Carlos Gonçalves de Matos, received one of the experimental COVID-19 “vaccines” on August 4, according to his Instagram page. “Moment of pure joy” is the caption translation.
It’s unclear which injection he received or if it was the first or second (or third) injection. AstraZeneca and Sinovac are the two most common injections in Brazil as of July, according to The Brazilian Report. But the government suspended use of 12 million Sinovac injections in September due to the shots being manufactured in an unauthorized plant.
Mr. Matos typically posted something on Instagram once or twice a week through September 2021. But his last Instagram post came on September 30. He posted only three more times on Facebook after September 30, a platform which he also engaged once or twice a week prior to that.
Mr. Matos checked into a hospital sometime in late October. He developed some sort of throat infection that eventually spread to his lungs and stomach. He’d been in the hospital ever since. Mr. Matos’ condition worsened on Wednesday, to the point that doctors could do nothing else for him. He passed away on December 22.