Israeli Scientists Discover New Side Effect From Covid Vaccine
We’ve heard about the side effects that patients got from the Covid vaccines. Such as blood clots, muscle soreness and dizziness. However, scientists in Israel have found a new one that you wouldn’t expect.
This came from a study published in the Rheumatology journal on April 12, and reported by Natural News. It was conducted at the Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center and Carmel Medical Center in Haifa. Doctors found that patients with autoimmune rheumatic diseases had a higher risk of this side effect.
Researchers saw six patients who came down with the herpes zoster skin rash after they took the Pfizer vaccine. All of the patients involved had mild cases of autoimmune diseases. Although this is more common in older people, all of the patients who got it were young. A few were only in their 30s.
Five of the six patients got herpes zoster after the first vaccination, the sixth got it after the second one. Doctors can’t say that the vaccine by itself is the cause of this reaction. However, it appears that the Pfizer vaccine could trigger the infection. And reports from around the world confirm it isn’t limited to Israeli patients,
Dr. Victoria Furer was the study’s lead researcher. She told the Jerusalem Post that after it was published, she received e-mails from patients around the world. These patients said they also got herpes zoster after they took the vaccine.
All of the Covid vaccines have reported bad side effects. The AstraZeneca vaccine has been halted in some places in Europe, due to its link to blood clots. In the U.S., at least seven patients who got the Johnson & Johnson vaccine also experienced blood clots in the brain – six women and one man. The FDA and CDC suspended use of this vaccine over these concerns. Both of the vaccines tied to blood clots are adenovirus vector vaccines.
The more we know about the side effects of the Covid vaccines, the less we’re in favor of taking them. It doesn’t look like rushing all of them to patients in less than a year was a good idea. These facts, combined with all vaccine companies being exempt from any liability, doesn’t seem to add up for Americans.
It looks like a coin flip where it’s heads, Big Pharma wins, and tails, the American patient loses. Thanks, but no thanks. We’ll take our chances with a virus that has a 99.7% chance of survival.