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Why Are Wholesome Teenagers Being Hospitalized After COVID Shot?

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Wholesome youngsters have been hospitalized,1 and a minimum of one dying in a teen has been reported,2 following experimental COVID-19 vaccinations being distributed below an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) granted to vaccine producers by the U.S. Meals and Drug Administration. The hostile occasions are particularly tragic since COVID-19 has a 99.997% survival price amongst kids and teenagers,3 making the need of vaccination extremely questionable.

One of many dangers of receiving an experimental medical process like a COVID-19 vaccine is that every one who participates is a part of the experiment. Surprising hostile reactions can and do happen, even with vaccines which were in use for many years.

Typically, the reactions could also be delicate, together with signs comparable to complications, muscle ache, chills and fever, however in different circumstances, the reactions could also be extreme, debilitating and even lethal.

As of April 30, 2021, 3,837 experiences of dying had been submitted to the U.S. Vaccine Adversarial Occasion Reporting System (VAERS).4 Previous investigations have proven solely between 1%5 and 10%6 of hostile reactions are ever reported to VAERS, which is a passive, voluntary reporting system, so the precise quantity might be a lot larger. One research funded by the U.S. authorities and revealed in 2011 discovered that lower than 1% of vaccine hostile occasions are ever reported to VAERS.7

After Shot, Wholesome Teen Develops Blood Clots within the Mind

April 21, 2021, 17-year-old Everest Romney of Draper, Utah, obtained a COVID-19 vaccine. The following day, his neck grew to become swollen and he developed extreme complications, which continued for days. “He couldn’t transfer his neck with out the help of his palms,” his mom, Cherie Romney, instructed ABC 4 Information.8

Everest’s pediatrician initially mentioned the neck signs had been on account of a pulled muscle, however Everest additionally developed a fever, prompting his mom to push for solutions.

The pediatrician prescribed antibiotics and a neck brace, suggesting it might be on account of an damage from the basketball Everest performs, however Cherie pushed for a CT scan after migraines continued for greater than per week, which revealed two blood clots in his mind and a 3rd on the skin of his mind.

After spending time within the intensive care unit, Everest was discharged however swelling continued in his eyes they usually’re unsure what the long run will carry. “The toughest factor was I let him get that shot. And he was wholesome and effectively earlier than,” Cherie mentioned. “However you query it, you possibly can’t assist however query it when all of it goes fallacious … It was fairly terrible.”9

18-Yr-Previous Hospitalized With Blood Clots After COVID Shot

Emma Burkey, an 18-year-old from the Las Vegas space, additionally developed blood clots in her mind following a COVID-19 vaccine. She obtained the Johnson & Johnson/Janssen vaccine March 20, 2021, and was put right into a medically induced coma inside two weeks on account of seizures and blood clots in her mind.

She is making a restoration in a rehabilitation heart, however Bret Johnson, Burkey’s minister who was requested to behave as spokesman, instructed Fortune, “We don’t know what’s going to occur with Emma, how lengthy it can it take for her to return to a standard life.”10

April 13, 2021, the U.S. Meals and Drug Administration (FDA) introduced it will pause using the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine within the U.S. following experiences of six circumstances of uncommon and extreme blood clots known as cerebral venous sinus thrombosis (CVST) mixed with low blood platelet ranges (thrombocytopenia). One dying was reported consequently.11

Collectively, the situation is called thrombosis-thrombocytopenia syndrome (TTS). No less than 9 extra circumstances had been reported to VAERS between April 13 and April 23, 2021, all in girls between the ages of 18 and 59.12

The experimental Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine makes use of a human adenovirus vector to ship double-stranded DNA for the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein into cells, much like the AstraZeneca/Oxford College experimental COVID-19 vaccine, which makes use of a chimpanzee adenovirus vector.13

Might 10, 2021, an skilled panel in Norway really helpful that each AstraZeneca’s and Johnson & Johnson’s COVID vaccines be dropped from the nation’s vaccination marketing campaign as a result of risk of blood clots.14

Denmark has additionally rejected Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine for a similar purpose,15 whereas within the U.S. the FDA and the U.S. Facilities for Illness Management and Prevention (CDC) lifted the pause on the shot and really helpful use of the vaccine ought to resume, stating, “Right now, the out there information recommend that the possibility of TTS occurring may be very low, however the FDA and CDC will stay vigilant in persevering with to research this danger.”16

Nevertheless, they did add a warning of the danger of their “Reality Sheet for Recipients and Caregivers,” which states:17

“Blood clots involving blood vessels within the mind, stomach, and legs together with low ranges of platelets (blood cells that assist your physique cease bleeding), have occurred in some individuals who have obtained the Janssen [Johnson & Johnson] COVID-19 Vaccine. In individuals who developed these blood clots and low ranges of platelets, signs started roughly one to two-weeks following vaccination.

Most individuals who developed these blood clots and low ranges of platelets had been females ages 18 via 49 years. The possibility of getting this happen is distant. It’s best to search medical consideration instantly if in case you have any of the next signs after receiving Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine:

  • Shortness of breath
  • Chest ache
  • Leg swelling
  • Persistent belly ache
  • Extreme or persistent complications or blurred imaginative and prescient
  • Simple bruising or tiny blood spots below the pores and skin past the location of the injection

These is probably not all of the doable negative effects of the Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine. Severe and surprising results could happen.”

COVID Vaccine-Associated Dying of Teen Reported to VAERS

One other devastating report in VAERS states {that a} 15-year-old boy from Colorado, with no preexisting circumstances or allergy symptoms, died from cardiac failure two days after receiving Pfizer’s experimental mRNA COVID-19 vaccine.18

In an interview with Yahoo Information, Tom Shimabukuro, deputy director of the Immunization Security Workplace on the CDC, was fast to brush off the report, stating:19

“Anybody could make a report, and the knowledge just isn’t verified. If categorised as critical, the CDC follows as much as get medical information. A few of these experiences is likely to be true hostile reactions which are brought on by the vaccine, and a few of these experiences are coincidental well being occasions and never associated to the vaccine in any respect … The advantages of vaccination far outweigh any dangers from vaccination.”

No less than 5 deaths have been reported to VAERS following COVID-19 vaccination within the 6- to 17-year-old class.20 13 extra experiences of life-threatening damage or everlasting incapacity have additionally been reported on this age group.21 Regardless of the unknown and probably lethal dangers, COVID-19 vaccines are being examined on kids as younger as 6 months outdated.22

Researchers at Yale College of Medication are main Moderna’s scientific trial of a COVID vaccine for children 6 months to 12 years outdated, which is being carried out on 6,750 kids at 90 websites within the U.S. and Canada. However as famous by Dr. Inci Yildirim, affiliate professor of pediatrics (infectious illnesses) at Yale College of Medication:23

“A scientific trial for a kids’s COVID-19 vaccine requires the consideration of many extra elements. Youngsters aren’t little adults. As kids develop and develop, their immune system grows and develops. A 16-month-old just isn’t the identical as a 16-year-old. They’re each kids, however their capability to answer the vaccines just isn’t the identical.”

Victims In search of Assist With Medical Payments, Unlikely to Get It

Burkey, the teenager who ended up in an induced coma after vaccination on account of blood clots and seizures, has medical payments of $513,000, and that’s simply the primary spherical.24 Within the U.S., COVID-19 vaccine makers have already got one thing of a “free pass” relating to vaccine injury liability and lawsuits below the Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness (PREP) Act, handed in 2005 and amended in 2020.25

In 1986, the U.S. Congress created a federal no-fault vaccine injury compensation program (VICP) as an administrative various to a lawsuit for accidents and deaths brought on by vaccines really helpful by the CDC for kids within the 1986 Nationwide Childhood Vaccine Damage Act.26

Over a interval of 30 years, that legislation was weakened with congressional amendments and federal company rulemaking, in addition to a U.S. Supreme Courtroom ruling in 2011 that successfully eliminated all legal responsibility from vaccine producers.

Contested vaccine damage claims filed below the 1986 Act are adjudicated by particular masters within the U.S. Courtroom of Federal Claims in Washington, D.C., and there’s a belief fund out of which claims are paid, sparing insurance coverage corporations representing vaccine makers and vaccine suppliers from pricey payouts for vaccine accidents and deaths.27 Solely damage claims for vaccines routinely really helpful by the CDC could also be heard on this “vaccine courtroom” created within the 1986 Act.

Nevertheless, the U.S. Courtroom of Federal Claims won’t be concerned in ruling in contested COVID-19 vaccine damage claims. The beforehand talked about PREP Act, which was handed by Congress in 2005 and amended in 2020 with loads of pharmaceutical trade affect, will individually cope with COVID-19 vaccine damage claims routed via the Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program. As famous by Fortune:28

“The Countermeasures Damage Compensation Program, run by an obscure workplace inside the U.S. Well being and Human Providers Division, covers medical prices and misplaced wages not paid by insurance coverage. Some 445 claims had been filed as of April 26 for hostile reactions to both vaccines or therapies, in keeping with the Well being Sources and Providers Administration [HRSA], which runs this system.”

Of those 445 COVID-19 associated claims, about one-quarter are linked to vaccines, and to date no payouts have been obtained. Whereas HRSA said that no claims have been compensated as a result of they don’t have all the required info, this system has a notoriously low price of compensation.

Within the final decade, solely 39 of almost 500 claims filed below the PREP Act have obtained federal compensation, most frequently from reactions brought on by the H1N1 vaccine.29 The underside line, sadly, is that this, as famous by Barbara Loe Fisher of the Nationwide Vaccine Info Middle:

“Already rich drug corporations got a minimum of $9 billion from the federal government to develop experimental COVID vaccines in document breaking time,30 shaving 5 to 10 years off the conventional vaccine improvement, testing and licensing course of.31,32

However that wasn’t sufficient. Congress additionally handed corporations a legal responsibility defend from lawsuits each time the product authorities paid them to provide fails to work as marketed or an individual is damage through the use of it.33

If you happen to or a beloved one dies or is completely injured by an experimental or soon-to-be FDA licensed COVID vaccine, you can not sue the drug firm who made it, even when there’s proof the corporate might have made it much less reactive or more practical.”

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