Two women, one at Nashville and another at Pittsburgh in the USA were paralyzed hours after taking the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.
Friday, a woman reached out to News4 claiming she was paralyzed after receiving the Pfizer vaccine. Brandy McFadden got her second dose of the Pfizer vaccine on April 16.
By the following afternoon, Mcfadden said she couldn’t walk and had excruciating neck pain. “It just started progressively getting worse and I just started screaming in pain at the top of my lungs.”
Unable to move from the neck down, her husband took her to the emergency room at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Six days later, she remained in the hospital, and said a CT scan, MRI, EMG, and blood work all returned nothing unusual. Mcfadden told News4 she is epileptic but said this was not a seizure.
“As far as to answers as to why this happened, they don’t know,” she said.
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By the following Friday, McFadden had regained movement in her arms, and could wiggle her toes.
In a separate case, another woman was paralyzed in Pittsburgh the same week after her first Pfizer shot.
Earlier, a nurse collapsed on live television at a press conference soon after receiving Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine at a Tennessee hospital. Nurse Manager Tiffany Dover had been speaking to the media about the city’s first vaccinations of front-line health workers when she collapsed.
According to the co-founder of BioNTech Dr Ugur Sahin, the COVID-19 vaccine he designed for Pfizer was designed in just few hours in a single day on January 25, 2020.
No other vaccine in history has been created and manufactured so quickly. Previously, the fastest vaccine ever developed took more than four years.
As reported by GreatGameIndia, Pharma giant Pfizer has been holding sovereign governments to ransom making bizarre demands asking for bank reserves, embassy buildings and military bases as collateral in return for COVID-19 vaccines.