According to a new CDC report, almost 3,150 people who were administered the COVID-19 vaccine were paralyzed and were “unable to perform normal daily activities, unable to work and required care from doctor or health care professional.”
The details were released in a December 19, 2020 report (read below) by Thomas Clark, MD, MPH, titled “Anaphylaxis Following m-RNA COVID-19 Vaccine Receipt.”
According to the CDC, as of December 18, 2020, 3,150 people who were vaccinated against COVID-19 became “unable to perform normal daily activities, are unable to work and required care from doctor or health care professional.”
The V-safe Active Surveillance for COVID-19 Vaccines describes it as Health Impact Events.
As per CDC assessment, persons with anaphylaxis following COVID-19 vaccination should not receive additional doses of COVID-19 vaccine.
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The CDC also recommended consultation with allergy/immunology experts to provide guidance on evaluation of persons following anaphylaxis to COVID-19 vaccine.
As GreatGameIndia reported, a group of researchers in the The Lancet medical journal has warned that Covid-19 vaccines currently in development could increase the risk of acquiring HIV potentially leading to an increase in infections.
Recently Australia scrapped a billion dollar coronavirus vaccine agreement after several trial participants tested HIV positive.
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