The latest “conspiracy theorist” to come forward and warn about particulate shedding from those who were recently “vaccinated” for the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) is none other than Pfizer itself.
The pharma giant’s own documents openly admit that people who were recently jabbed for the Chinese virus can transmit whatever is contained in the syringe to others, including through skin contact.
“An occupational exposure occurs when a person receives unplanned direct contact with a vaccine test subject, which may or may not lead to the occurrence of an adverse event,” the Pfizer document warns.
“These people may include health care providers, family members, and other people who are around the trial participant.”
In other words, there is something contained in the injections that cause the injected to become “superspreaders.” Pfizer does not indicate what this is, however it does warn that the culprits are people who were recently injected.
New blood disorder warnings appear on the Johnson and Johnson (Janssen) Covid-19 vaccine label, now that the federal “pause” on administering the vaccine has ended.
The warnings flag an increased risk of thrombosis, clotting of the blood in the circulatory system. This disorder can be combined with thrombocytopenia, or low blood platelet count, which can lead to dangerous internal bleeding, according to the new warnings. The warnings say the symptoms can appear approximately one to two weeks after vaccination.
A 56-year old Miami Beach doctor, Gregory Michael, died of the rare blood disorder two weeks after his Dec. 18 vaccination with a different brand: Pfizer/BioNTech’s Covid-19 vaccine. However, his official cause of death was ruled to be “natural.” Dr. Michael was described as “very healthy” before his Covid-19 vaccine and sudden onset of “immune thrombocytopenia,” or low blood platelet count. There is no word as to whether officials have reclassified or reinvestigated his death.
One reason why relatively rare reports of a serious adverse event are cause for such concern and added warnings is that scientists have documented that they only capture a small percentage of actual illnesses that occur.
Each recognized case is presumed to represent many more that are not correctly diagnosed or reported to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System or VAERS. Patients and doctors are encouraged to report all illnesses after vaccination to VAERS, whether they are proven to be linked to the inoculation or not. As professionals comb through the data, they are able to identify previously unknown side effects.
Several European countries report similar blood clot complications after use of AstraZeneca’s Covid-19 vaccine.
According to Intermountain Healthcare doctors women who were recently vaccinated for COVID-19 may show symptoms of Breast Cancer as a side-effect of the vaccine.
New mammogram guidelines are announced by the Intermountain Healthcare doctors for women vaccinated for Covid-19 recently. This may be in response to the side effect of the vaccine.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg made comments last year about COVID-19 vaccines that clash with policies that his platform has implemented, leaked video shows.
Zuckerberg said in July 2020:
“I do just want to make sure that I share some caution on this [vaccine] because we just don’t know the long-term side effects of basically modifying people’s DNA and RNA … basically the ability to produce those antibodies and whether that causes other mutations or other risks downstream. So, there’s work on both paths of vaccine development.”
The footage was published by Project Veritas, a journalism watchdog.
Two days after employees were given their first round of COVID-19 vaccinations, the Fairless Local School District canceled classes, attributing it to many developing side effects and becoming ill.
School employees across Ohio started getting their first round of the COVID-19 vaccinations, including Massillon City Schools and Medina County Schools on Friday, Akron Public Schools over the weekend, in addition to Tuslaw Local Schools in Massillon, Plain Local Schools in Canton and Fairless Local Schools in Navarre on Saturday.
The Sandy Creek school district closed today after numerous staff members reported feeling ill after the second vaccine, district officials said.
Superintendent Kyle Faulkner told Syracuse.com | The Post Standard that health care provider ConnectCare came to the district to give teachers, staff, substitutes, aides, bus drivers and others the Moderna vaccine.
More than half the employees received the first shot a month ago, and the second injection was Wednesday, Faulkner said.
Of those, at least one-third reported feeling ill including fever and other symptoms, Faulkner said.
“We are a small district, and we had so many folks down and out today that we didn’t have enough people to staff the schools,’’ Faulkner said. “Some people get pretty sick with the second shot.”
People with cosmetic facial fillers could experience swelling and inflammation with one of the coronavirus vaccines, the FDA advisory committee noted.
According to the committee, several trial participants with fillers have already experienced side effects. A California-based dermatologist said the reaction was immunological, ABC7 reported on Thursday.
“Your immune system which causes inflammation is revved up when you get a vaccine, that’s how it’s supposed to work,” said Dr. Shirley Chi, who noted the side effects were easily treated by medical personnel.
“So it makes sense that you would see an immune response in certain areas where they see some substance that is not a naturally occurring substance in your body.”
As of Dec. 18, 3,150 people reported what the agency terms “Health Impact Events” after getting vaccinated.
The definition of the term is: “unable to perform normal daily activities, unable to work, required care from doctor or health care professional.”
As The Epoch Times’ Zachary Stieber reports, the people reporting the negative effects reported them through V-safe, a smartphone application. The tool uses text messages and web surveys to provide personalized health check-ins and allows users to quickly tell the CDC if they are experiencing side effects.
The CDC and Pfizer, which produces the vaccine with BioNTech, didn’t respond to request for comments.
The information was presented by Dr. Thomas Clark, a CDC epidemiologist, to the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, an independent panel that provides recommendations to the agency, on Saturday.