'We do exist': Some Americans suffer life-changing COVID vaccine injuries
From the Wear-TV:
Before the U.S. had approved any COVID-19 vaccines for the general public, Brianne Dressen was so confident in their success that she enrolled herself in a U.S. clinical trial. On Nov. 4, 2020, she received her first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine. On the ride home from the clinic — within an hour of receiving the shot — she felt a tingling sensation down her arm. That evening, she developed blurry and double vision, and she noticed sound becoming distorted — like her ears were covered by seashells. When she woke up the next morning, her left leg was slumped and weak, causing her to stumble into the left side of doorways. She went to work at her preschool and found herself unable to function, with extreme sensitivities to light and sound.
Published:14 December 2021