Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Canada's First Case of Astra Zeneca/Covi Shield Associated Blot Clot

 -US Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Pause due to Multiple Clot Reports- Astra Zeneca Not Used in US- Ok'd for Canada, though

 CTV

OTTAWA -- A Quebec woman is the first in Canada to develop a blood clot after being vaccinated with the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine.

The news came as Health Canada said it was investigating reports of clots linked to the Johnson & Johnson vaccine in the United States.

The Quebec health ministry and Public Health Agency of Canada reported the event connected to the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine Tuesday.

Quebec says the female patient, whose age was not revealed, received the appropriate care and is recovering at home.

The woman received the vaccine produced at the Serum Institute of India, known as Covishield.

Health Canada asked AstraZeneca for a full risk assessment of its vaccine after reports of similar clots in Europe, but says the side effect is extremely rare and the vaccine's benefits still outweigh its risks.

More than 700,000 doses of the vaccine have been administered in Canada and the risk of getting blood clots from COVID-19 itself is far higher than from the vaccine.

That's playing fast and loose with reality- First you'd have to contract covid. Then you'd have to be in the tiny percentile that actually gets extremely ill and then you'd have to be in the tiny percentile that actually gets bloodclots in YOUR LEGSLargely because you are laying in bed for  an extended period of time. 

The clots associated with the vaccine are in your brain.

Cleveland Clinic

What’s the connection between COVID-19 and blood clots?

It’s not yet clear how or why COVID-19 is causing blood clots to form, Dr. Tsuang says. But there does seem to be a connection. One study in Amsterdam found that nearly one-third of people hospitalized with severe cases of COVID-19 had complications from blood clots.

Why are clots a risk for hospitalized patients?

Clots are most likely to arise in the blood vessels of the legs. People in the hospital are at higher risk, Dr. Tsuang explains.

“When you’re in the hospital, you’re not up and moving around, so blood moves more slowly through the legs. That makes clots more likely to form.”

As you can read we're talking about two very different situations- The media is failing to mention that important information as they plan to deceive.

Earlier today the United States also paused use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine following reports of six similar blood clots, and Health Canada says it has asked the drugmaker for more information on that vaccine as well.

I'd like to direct you over to Yaya's place- As she shares information on a Doctor from British Columbia who is speaking out against the Covid "pandemic" : The Outing of a Quiet Conspiracy Theorist

"The link to the Boris photo above was suggested to me by Dr. Jane Grey, who currently lives in B.C., is a retired family physician, married to a retired BC surgeon, and who has kindly given me permission to quote her on her candid reactions to "the scamdemic": ... etc
Also take a gander over at GC's blog- Where another BC doctor has raised the issue of serious vaccine effects in a tiny population : UPDATED: Open Letter to Dr. Bonnie Henry from BC Physician re: Moderna Vaccine Reactions

Dear Dr. Henry,

The first dose of the Moderna vaccine has now been administered to some of my patients in the community of Lytton, BC. This began with the First Nations members of our community in mid-January, 2021. 900 doses have now been administered.

So in short, in our small community of Lytton, BC, we have one person dead, and three people who look as though they will be permanently disabled, following their first dose of the Moderna vaccine. The age of those affected ranges from 38 to 82 years of age.

2 comments:

  1. I've added additional information to the post- with links to Greencrow and YaYa- two brave gals covering two brave doctors coming out to question the narrative.

    I've added information to the post pertaining to blood clots in hospitalized covid patients who are more prone to the blood clots in their legs because of the inactivity.
    The vaccines are causing bleeding blood clots in the brain
    This is an apples and oranges comparison

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  2. Thanks, Penny! Happy also to see that Greencrow has found an honest MD in BC!

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