Carlos Tejada, a 49-year-old editor at the New York Times, died just hours after mixing-and-matching his Johnson & Johnson shot with a "booster" from Moderna.
Tejada got the Johnson & Johnson shot in July while living in South Korea with his wife and two children, he took a Moderna booster on December 17th.
Tejada died of a heart attack later that night.
"If this does not wake the Times nothing will," former New York Times writer Alex Berenson commented.
The New York Times not only declined to question whether the two events were related but refused to even acknowledge what happened in their article on his death.