Healthcare Workers in the U.S. Suffer Serious Reactions From Illegal Pfizer Experimental Vaccine – Others Fake Vaccination on TV

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Healthcare Workers in the U.S. Suffer Serious Reactions From Illegal Pfizer Experimental Vaccine – Others Fake Vaccination on TV

by Brian Shilhavy, Health Impact News
December 17, 2020

 

The first illegal Pfizer experimental vaccines were rolled out this week. I have seen no evidence so far of the military being involved in their distribution, as has been planned under Operation Warp Speed.

This is probably because the first Pfizer vaccines were reported to have been administered this week in medical institutions, where they can control the narrative and where the military is not needed.

Healthcare workers and people in nursing homes or assisted living centers were reportedly the first ones to receive the vaccine this week.

But reports of two healthcare workers suffering adverse reactions in Alaska did make its way into the media yesterday. One of them went into anaphylactic shock, something the FDA has warned about. The Epoch Times reports:

Two health care workers in Alaska suffered reactions, one of which was serious, after receiving the newly approved COVID-19 vaccine.

One Bartlett Regional Hospital worker, a middle-aged woman, had adverse reactions about 10 minutes after receiving the vaccine, the hospital said Wednesday.

The woman received the vaccine on Tuesday. Soon after, she started showing signs of an anaphylactic reaction, with “increased heartbeat, shortness of breath, and skin rash and redness,” the hospital said in a statement.

The woman was given epinephrine, a medication that can treat allergic reactions, and Benadryl, admitted to the hospital, and put on an intravenous epinephrine drip.

Officials said the woman, who was not identified, had no history of allergies or adverse reactions to vaccines.

Lindy Jones, the director of the hospital’s emergency department, said that the reaction was serious but not life threatening.

The second affected worker showed symptoms of eye puffiness, light-headedness, and scratchy throat after receiving the vaccine. He was given epinephrine, Pepcid, and Benadryl. He “felt completely back to normal within an hour” and was released from the hospital.

Both incidents were reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System database.

“Our goal is to be transparent with Alaskans and the public,” Alaska’s Chief Medical Officer Anne Zink said in a statement. “We have no plans to change our vaccine schedule, dosing, or regimen.”

The hospital has administered 144 doses of the vaccine. (Source.)

Many hospitals filmed some of their staff being injected with the illegal Pfizer experimental COVID vaccine, to try and reassure the public.

However, some observers noticed that in some of these cases, it appeared they were not really being injected, suggesting it was being staged.

One local media affiliate in El Paso, Texas, even gave some air time to one of the recorded fake injections:

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