NYT: 2 Alaska Healthcare Workers Given Emergency Treatment After Taking Pfizer's COVID-19 VaccineChris Menahan
Dec. 17, 2020
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After taking Pfizer's experimental mRNA coronavirus vaccine, one hospital worker in Alaska suffered from a potentially life-threatening allergic reaction and had to be pumped full of epinephrine and steroids while a second worker at the same hospital had to be taken to the ER and treated with epinephrine and other drugs.
From The New York Times:
Two health care workers at the same hospital in Alaska developed concerning reactions just minutes after receiving Pfizerís coronavirus vaccine this week, including one staff member who was to remain hospitalized until Thursday.As we've seen over the last year, nearly every case of coronavirus was hyped to the hilt by our media -- even cases in dogs.
How much hype are they going to give to the stories of people suffering terrible reactions to these experimental vaccines rushed out at "warp speed"?
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