Wednesday, December 23, 2020

Health care worker in NYC has serious allergic reaction to coronavirus vaccine

 How many is that now? Deadly, serious reactions. Life threatening.  Yet, another serious adverse reaction, this time in New York.


Health officials in New York City report that a health care worker who was among the first to receive a COVID-19 vaccination has had a serious adverse reaction.

The patient, who was not identified had a significant allergic reaction and is in stable condition.

 Stable condition after being given an experimental,  emergency authorized, not approved vaccine, that is more accurately a RNA therapy.

One NYC healthcare worker had ‘significant allergic reaction’ to COVID vaccine

We have received a single report of a serious adverse event in a health care worker,” the Health Department said in a written statement. “The health care worker, who had a significant allergic reaction, has been treated and is in stable condition.”

Stable condition...

No word on lesser reactions. Though I'm sure they occurred.   The severe reactions are too many in number for the small numbers of vaccines given.

1 comment:

  1. I read the tech data about the vaccines; about the people who were not permitted in the test trials. Those with HIV, hep.C, hep.B, positive SARS-CoV-2, Pregnant females, history of autoimmune and Immunosuppressed... basically all with poor immune systems or a fetus with immature immune system. What a risk!!! Since our immune systems create antibodies when a bad virus spiked protein enters us and meets the lymph glands, and the antibodies go to destroy virus; why would anyone want outside solutions injected and become sick, when they were not sick? Thanks for this article, every piece helps. Be safe God bless