Whistleblower #0042 Rn. 30years. Agency Worker, Multiple Wards. Ahpra Verified. Part 2 of 2
By Staff Reporter
RN. 30years. Agency worker, Multiple Wards.
Part 2 of 2.
In both these cases, the doctors dismissed the vaccine as coincidence.
I then noticed that almost every patient, I looked after in emergency departments had a Covid vaccination as part of there recent history. Initially, I put this down to the number of people being vaccinated so not significant.
I then tried to remember how many patients I had seen with a recent vaccination in their history. It certainly was not a trend I had noticed previously.
I then had several more patients who had chronic conditions, that were well-controlled or in remission that experienced an acute episode.
(3). A lady in her 50s with Multiple Sclerosis. She was in remission, and generally active and healthy. She experienced weakness and tingling in her limbs.
(4) Several patients with asthma who had not had an attack in years, presented in severe respiratory distress.
These were from within 24hours – 2 weeks of the vaccine.
(5). My mother had experienced facial neuralgia following a previous illness.
This had resolved over 12 months ago but returned for 24hours following her first dose of the vaccine.
In all these cases the doctors opinions were that the Covid vaccination was highly unlikely to cause these.
As far as I am aware, these were not reported as adverse reactions to the vaccine.
Unfortunately, I do not have evidence or details of these cases. It was only over time it became obvious, there was too many occurences to be coincidences.
I am relieved to know others have noticed that there are risks associated with these vaccines but saddened and angry that so many have been harmed.
Thank you for the opportunity to share.
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