A New York Times editor is dead of a heart attack, a day after taking the Moderna vaccine

A New York Times editor died of a heart attack at the age of 49.

The New York Times reports:

Carlos Tejada, the deputy Asia editor of The New York Times, who helped shape coverage of the global Covid-19 crisis in 2021 that won a Pulitzer Prize, died on Friday at a hospital in Seoul. He was 49.

His wife, Nora Tejada, said the cause was a heart attack.

Li Yuan, a Times reporter who first worked with Mr. Tejada at The Journal, said: “Carlos always pushed me and other journalists to do more stories that showed the human side of China…He wanted the world to understand China wasn’t just about an authoritarian government.”

What the Times doesn’t mention is that Mr. Tejada had taken a Moderna vaccine the day before his heart attack.

In fact, although this information is publically available on Mr. Tejada’s social media, no major news source is covering it. Can we trust the media?