Earlier this week, Johnson & Johnson pulled the plug on their rushed “vaccine: after it was discovered that it was causing dangerous blood clots in at least six different recipients. Of course, many would just fluff that off as a big “what’s the big deal?”, but it just goes to show anyone that is using their critical thinking skills there is something very wrong with these vaccines.
After all friends, everyone who received these experimental vaccines is just a part of the testing process since you are the trial run.
Johnson & Johnson didn’t make the cut and while some say it is based on the six blood clots others have speculated it is being pulled since it does not contain the mRNA technology the others contain. Now, word of AstraZeneca’s vaccine being halted is spreading on social media and the news as word of blood clots occurring in that particular vaccine have been uncovered.
Denmark is the latest to halt the AstraZeneca vaccine and during the press conference one of the country’s top drug officials passes out live for the country to see.
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Here is more from BizPac Review:
Denmark’s top health official Tanja Erichsen suddenly fainted during a press conference on Wednesday while announcing the country’s decision to completely abandon the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine due to reported side effects.
Erichsen heads Denmark’s Medicines Agency. She was standing next to National Board of Health Director Soeren Brostroem and in front of reporters when she collapsed.
After she hit the floor, three men ran to her side to help her. One of them attempted to raise her legs up. The others turned her on her side. Erichsen was transported to a hospital and has since recovered, BBC News reported. There is no word on why she fainted or if it was related to COVID-19. It is also unclear if she has been vaccinated but she reportedly promotes getting inoculated on her Twitter feed.
Denmark is the first European country to halt the distribution of the AstraZeneca vaccine and to declare a permanent suspension of it after being linked to “rare” blood clots. It was approved by the World Health Organization in February. Two cases were reported in the country of individuals suffering from blood clots after receiving the vaccine. One 60-year-old woman died from the side-effect. Fifteen other nations have halted the use of the vaccine out of health concerns.
“Based on the scientific findings, our overall assessment is there is a real risk of severe side effects associated with using the COVID-19 vaccine from AstraZeneca,” Brostroem remarked in a statement. “We have, therefore, decided to remove the vaccine from our vaccination [program].”
This comes after the Danish Health Authority stated that “there is a link between rare, but serious” side effects connected to the vaccine.
Denmark originally claimed that the AstraZeneca vaccine was not needed because it had already reached “such an advanced point” in its vaccine deployment. The Danish Health Authority released a statement on Wednesday over the halt of the vaccine: “We are basically in agreement with EMA’s [European Medicine Agency] assessment regarding the AstraZeneca vaccine. That is why it is important to emphasize that it is still an approved vaccine [in Europe],” noted Brostroem. “And I understand if other countries in a different situation than us choose to continue using the vaccine.”
“Yeah we don’t want them due to the potential side effects but you can have them” pic.twitter.com/uNYeoTdGtW
— Simone Sydel | TheSkinCareCulture.com (@skincareculture) April 16, 2021
Sorry, not sorry folks. I will not be taking anything and will take my chances of getting this virus that has a 98% recovery rate. If you want this rushed “vaccine” that is on you, but just understand you are the research group and there is no telling what sort of side effects will occur or when they will.
I pray that everyone stays safe and healthy!