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Kassidi Kurill biography: 13 things about surgical tech from Ogden, Utah

Kassidi Lyn Kurill was a resident of Utah, United States. Here are 13 more things about her:

  1. She was a single mother. (a)
  2. In 2011, she gave birth to her daughter Emilia “Millie” Kurill. Millie’s father is a civil servant and National Guard member. (a)
  3. After giving birth to Emilia, she and her daughter lived in Ogden, Weber County, Utah with her mother and her stepfather Alfred Hawley, a retired Hill Air Force Base fighter pilot. (a)
  4. Her older sister Kristin lives in Arizona. (a)
  5. Before moving to Ogden, she lived in other parts of Utah including Clearfield and Syracuse. (b)
  6. She worked for several local plastic surgeons as a surgical tech. (a)
  7. She had no real side effects aside from a sore arm after receiving her first dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, which was developed by the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) and Moderna. She took the second dose of the vaccine on February 1, 2021. (a) 
  8. She had no known underlying conditions when she received the Modern COVI-19 vaccine. (c)
  9. On February 2, 2021, her condition worsened and she was in bed all day. She complained that she had a headache and nausea and was not urinating despite drinking fluids. (a) (c)
  10. On February 3, 2021, she felt a little better but was still in bed all day. (a) (c)
  11. On February 4, 2021, she woke up early. Her heart began racing so she asked her stepfather to drive her to the local emergency room. They arrived at around. 7:00 a.m. In the evening, she was flown to the Intermountain Medical Center in Murray, Utah for a liver transplant. Her mother and stepfather volunteered to donate a portion of their liver. (a) (c) (d)
  12. She always wore makeup to cover up her freckles. She had her makeup and false eyelashes on when her stepfather took her to the emergency room on February 5, 2021, according to him. (a) (c)
  13. On the morning of February 5, 2021, she could no longer talk. She died later that day at the age of 39. Her body was moved to the Utah State Medical Examiner in Taylorsville, Salt Lake County, Utah, where a full autopsy was performed. A celebration of her life was held at Leavitt’s Mortuary in Ogden on March 6, 2021. Utah Department of Health chief medical examiner Dr. Erik Christensen said, “We don’t have any evidence that there are connections between the vaccines and deaths at this point. We don’t have any indication of that.” (a) (d) (e)



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  1. If we know that the vaccines cause reactions in individuals with fillers and implants, why are we ignoring the deaths of these young women? We need research and science- not fear-based denial! If the plastic surgeons lose money, so be it.


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