Did 24 year-old hurling star, Dillon Quirke, die from vaccine-induced Sudden Adult Death Syndrome?! Take a look at the viral claims, and find out what the facts really are!
Right after news broke that 24 year-old hurling star Dillon Quirke collapsed during a game and died, people started claiming that his death was caused by the COVID-19 vaccine.
No Evidence Dillon Quirke Died From COVID-19 Vaccine! It’s becoming a tradition for anti-vaccination activists to immediately blame all athlete deaths or injuries on the COVID-19 vaccine.
This is yet another example of FAKE NEWS created and propagated by anti-vaccination activists, and here are the reasons why… and the current facts that we know so far.
Dillon Quirke collapsed during a county senior championship game at the Semple Stadium on Friday, August 5, 2024.
His Clonoulty-Rossmore teammates, and his opponents Kilruane MacDonaghs, quickly came to his aid.
He received medical attention on the field, before being sent to the Tipperary University Hospital where he later died.
‘A beautiful son, my best friend’: Father leads tributes to Tipperary hurling star Dillon Quirke. Clonoulty village comes to standstill in memory of ‘a perfect gentleman’ who collapsed during match.
Tipperary hurling star Dillon Quirke died last Friday “doing what he loved”, his funeral Mass has heard.
Quirke (24) who catapulted through the hurling ranks from underage to the Tipperary senior hurling team, died after he collapsed while captaining Clonoulty-Rossmore against Kilruane MacDonaghs, during a county senior hurling championship match at Semple Stadium, Thurles.
The village of Clonoulty came to a standstill on Tuesday as his remains were first driven by hearse from his home to his local GAA pitch before his coffin was shouldered almost 2km to St John the Baptist Church, as it passed hundreds of silent mourners who lined the route.
Members of the Tipperary County Board, along with president of the GAA Larry McCarthy, led the cortege to the church where local hurling and camogie players, as well as Quirke’s Tipperary team-mates, formed guards of honour.