Dr. Danice Hertz, a gastroenterologist who got the experimental mRNA shot against covid, got badly injured soon after taking the injection. She tells Tamar that she waited the 15 minutes one is required to wait after getting the shot, then left to leave. After getting into her car, she started to feel her face burning. She drove to her home which was five minutes away, but by the time she walked through the door, her body was in so much pain and agony, that she told her husband to call the paramedics.” Soon, she also started feeling painful sensations throughout her body as if she like was vibrating. She developed severe Paresthesia in her face, tongue, scalp, chest & limbs. She developed twitching, headaches, tinnitus, dizziness and extreme weakness. Hertz's journey as a vaccine-causality began. There are many others like her who were injured, she states, “Our search for much needed medical care after suffering these vaccine injuries has been largely fruitless...We have reported our injuries to VAERS, the FDA, CDC and the vaccine manufacturers with very few of us receiving follow-up or even acknowledgement. This lack of acknowledgement has left us as further collateral damage from the pandemic.
SOURCE: The Epoch Times
Swedish health officials on Wednesday paused usage of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine for younger people and children after reports of possible side effects including myocarditis, while Denmark also announced that it halted the shot for those under the age of 18.
Officials have “decided to pause the use of Moderna’s vaccine, Spikevax, for everyone born in 1991 and later, for precautionary reasons,” reads a statement from the Swedish health agency published on Wednesday, according to a translation from Swedish to English.
The agency further added there is “an increased risk of side effects such as inflammation of the heart muscle or heart sac,” noting that the risk is “very small.”
The agency said it now recommends the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine instead for people born in 1991 or later, noting that the decision is valid until Dec. 1. Those from that age group who got the first Moderna dose should not get a second dose, the agency added.
New data from Swedish and other Nordic sources “indicate that the connection is especially clear” between Moderna’s vaccine and side effects “especially after the second dose.”