AstraZeneca Blood Clot Supposedly a First for South Korea

It’s amazing that there are not more deaths reported in South Korea from the deadly vaxx.

I can only believe they are actually actively covering up negative effects from it.


South Korea has recorded its first case of blood clotting linked to the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine, with one man being hospitalized.

Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA) Commissioner Jeong Eun-kyeong revealed on Monday that an unnamed man in his 30s had to be hospitalized for a persistent headache and muscle cramps after he was vaccinated on April 27.

“His condition has improved since then and we understand there is no big problem though he still needs monitoring,” Jeong added.

South Korea currently uses AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, and Moderna vaccines in its vaccination program. Over 4,600,000 doses of these vaccines have been administered in the country.

Two weeks ago, South Korea announced that it would trial the mixing of AstraZeneca and Pfizer vaccines in an effort to speed up vaccination.

AstraZeneca’s vaccine, also known as Vaxzevria, has been linked to a number of cases of potentially fatal blood clotting in all around the world, with deaths recorded in Canada, the UK, Norway, Slovakia, and beyond.

It’s also amazing that South Korea is going along with the Western hysteria over this virus when they could just as easily look at their neighbor, China, and see that if you just stop testing for the virus, the virus disappears.

This is probably more of a statement about the fact that South Korea remains occupied by the US military than it is a statement about the intelligence of the Koreans.