Less than 1 week after first U.S. vaccinations, adverse reactions are already outpacing other vaccines

Vaccinations for covid-19 began on Friday, December 18, 2020 with many public officials and medical providers getting the first alleged inoculations (many on camera).

But adverse reactions are already outpacing those experienced from previous vaccination programs.

Dr. Moncef Saoui, the chief scientific adviser for Operation Warp Speed said “the frequency of allergic reactions to the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine is higher than what would be expected” from other vaccines.

Although mainstream news and the public health community are working overtime to put on a happy, smiling face during the covid vaccine rollout, news and rumors of many serious side effects are already emerging. “A health care worker in New York City had a serious adverse reaction.”

At least three Alaska health care workers are known to have suffered severe reactions, requiring hospitalization or medical treatment.

Tennessee nurse Tiffany Dover collapsed live on camera 17 minutes after being injected. She still has not been seen or returned to work, and mainstream media has scrambled to deny reports that Dover DIED from the vaccination. Reuters news service even published a story reassuring readers that Dover’s on-camera collapse was not evidence of a mass genocide program.