As a health writer, I continue to hear troubling stories about adverse effects from COVID-19 vaccinations. At first I didn't repost them, thinking they must not be true, but as time has passed, I have seen more and more evidence that these new vaccinations for the Coronavirus pandemic are untested. WE are the first test subjects. And the vaccine makers are not liable if anything goes wrong with their vaccinations during this health crisis.
This article will include two videos from nurses as well as other information on the troubling side effects of these new novel coronavirus vaccinations.
According to Mercola, a troubling number of neurological issues have been reported after people get both the Moderna and Pfizer vaccinations. These include tremors and convulsions as seen in a couple of the videos below.
I know a nurse in Oklahoma City who is not getting vaccinated. Her husband, also a nurse, has taken the vaccine with no bad side effects... so far. There is some concern that side effects may not show up until later. Some doctors and medical professionals are worried that these newer vaccines that use RNA can have effects later down the line.
Here are two videos from nurses giving their perspective:
Here's why a nurse in Palm Beach County says she won't get vaccinated: Palm Beach County nurse says she will 'absolutely not' get coronavirus vaccine.
" As a nurse, I strongly believe in vaccines," Krisiti says. This is her experience with the Moderna vaccine: Registered Nurse Kristi Simmonds Took the Moderna Vaccine
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has reported that roughly 5,800 people who received a coronavirus vaccine still ultimately came down with the disease anyway, according to CNN. Of those 5,800, 396 of them (roughly 7 percent) were hospitalized. Out of that number,74 of the vaccinated people died. Since 1.4% of unvaccinated people die of COVID and 1.23% of people who get vaccinated and still catch the disease die of COVID, how effective are these vaccinations, really?
Pfizer announces that people will 'likely' need a third dose of a Covid-19 vaccine within 12 months of getting the first two vaccinations. Then annual shots. Originally Pfizer said two shots would do the trick. Apparently, they didn't know what to expect which points to how experimental these vaccines are.
After it was learned that the Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine causes blood clots in some woman, the FDA discovered unsanitary conditions at a U.S. plant that makes the vaccine.
Facebook just removed a popular group where members would post stories about alleged negative COVID-19 vaccine side effects. The group, “COVID19 VACCINE VICTIMS AND FAMILIES,” had over 120,000 followers when it was shut down and had been gaining more than 10,000 followers per week.