In the short time the covid-19 vaccine has been made available, there are already thousands experiencing negative side effects.
According to the Epoch Times, 3,150 people used the CDC promoted smart phone app V-Safe to report infirmities that rendered them unable to work or perform daily activities, and/or required professional medical attention.
A hospital in Illinois temporarily halted covid-19 vaccinations due to a few of their healthcare workers experiencing adverse affects from the shot. Five healthcare workers in Alaska also suffered from adverse effects stemming from the vaccine (two of which were “considered serious”).
While these incidences (as of the present moment) constitute a minority of 270,000+ vaccinations already administered, they provide a concrete illustration of risks some citizens might want to avoid, even amid the potential dangers of contracting covid-19.
But even this rather illuminating data might not give all the relevant information one may need to make a decision on the covid-19 vaccine.
As Mike Wallace highlights in this 1976 special on the Swine Flu vaccines, poor communication within the medical community coupled with said community’s asymmetrical knowledge and negligent dissemination to the general public can lead to life long tragedy.
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