We still don’t really have any idea what this vaccine is or what it does. There were no real trials for it.
We have no idea how many people have died. There is an American organization that is reporting some of the deaths, but I’m sure it’s not accurate. Anecdotally, as opposed to the virus, where no one knew anyone who had died from it, most people seem to know of someone who has died from the vaccine.
We also don’t know why they’re giving it to us, since the “coronavirus” is literally the flu.
Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) are urging both doctors and patients to remain calm after examining a possible side-effect of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. Their study finds some recipients may have delayed skin reactions days and even weeks after their injection. While this side-effect may look alarming, the team says it’s not an infection and should not be treated with antibiotics.
During Phase 3 clinical trials, study authors say some patients out of the 30,000 tested did have delayed skin hypersensitivity to the Moderna vaccine. These large, red, itchy, and painful blotches were never fully explained. While the reaction don’t appear to be a serious concern, MGH researchers warn that health care professionals may not be prepared to recognize the rashes as a vaccine side-effect.
“Whether you’ve experienced a rash at the injection site right away or this delayed skin reaction, neither condition should prevent you from getting the second dose of the vaccine,” says lead author Kimberly Blumenthal, MD, MSc, co-director of the Clinical Epidemiology Program in the division of Rheumatology, Allergy and Immunology at MGH, in a media release. “Our immediate goal is to make physicians and other care providers aware of this possible delayed reaction, so they are not alarmed, but instead well-informed and equipped to advise their patients accordingly.”
“Delayed cutaneous hypersensitivity could be confused – by clinicians and patients alike – with a skin infection,” adds co-author Erica Shenoy, MD, PhD, associate chief of the MGH Infection Control Unit. “These types of reactions, however, are not infectious and thus should not be treated with antibiotics.”
Researchers examined 12 cases where patients experienced delayed reactions to the first shot of the Moderna vaccine. The symptoms could take anywhere from four to 11 days after the injection to appear. The average length of time between getting the first dose and having a skin reaction was eight days.
The majority of patients experienced rashes around the injection site however, some developed the condition around the hands and elbows. On average, these large blotches faded about a week later. Most were treated with ice and antihistamines however, researchers note one person was incorrectly given antibiotics for the condition.
Three-quarters of the group went on to have a reaction to their second dose of the Moderna vaccine. Those skin markings appeared about two days after the follow-up injection. Researchers note that none of the reactions after the second dose were more severe than the first ones.
Biopsies of these rashes reveal the condition is likely a delayed allergic reaction by the immune system. Study authors say this is a common drug reaction.
“For most people who are experiencing this, we believe it’s tied to the body’s immune system going to work,” says Esther Freeman, MD, PhD, director of Global Health Dermatology at MGH. “Overall, this data is reassuring and should not discourage people from getting the vaccine.”
Oh, they believe.
“Yeah, we don’t really know exactly why this horrible skin reaction happens, but it must have something to do with the immune system we believe? lol idk I’m just a girl.”
We can be sure this is doing something to the immune system. We can’t really know what else it is doing. It’s not a vaccine, it is synthetic mRNA, and it is untested.
So, really, who the hell knows? Do they even know?
Mark Zuckerberg said he didn’t know.
"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"
— James O'Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) February 17, 2021
It seems like these people, Bill Gates in particular, must have some idea what is going on with this injection. Now that they’re saying they’re going to give us endless injections, it appears that they are planning some sort of large scale program to genetically engineer the entire population.
I say “appears,” because again – we don’t know. It’s just that it’s hard to imagine what else this would be.
It’s scary and it’s crazy, but we need to think about it, because it is really happening, and they’ve totally banned any discussion of it.