American TV host Karen Hudson-Samuels died the day after she was vaccinated against the coronavirus. According to CBS Detroit, the 68-year-old journalist died at her home in Detroit.
Hudson-Samuels was found dead by her husband on the evening of February 16. She had been vaccinated against COVID-19 the day before. While experts cannot yet give an exact cause of death, a pathologist will perform an autopsy to determine the circumstances of what happened.
“We suspect it could have just been a stroke, but the usual side effects of the vaccine may have masked it. Hopefully, we’ll find out soon from the autopsy report,” the husband reported.
During her career at WGPR-TV, a local station broadcasting to Michigan viewers, Hudson-Samuels has had time to work as an anchor, producer, and news executive. She also created a special museum dedicated to the development of news television in the region.
Earlier, it was reported that iconic American radio host Rush Limbaugh had died of lung cancer. The death of the journalist, who had been battling the disease for the past year, was announced on the air of his own radio show by his wife, Katherine.