Science-based support for people suffering from long-term COVID-19 vaccine effects

React19 is a science-based non-profit offering financial, physical, and emotional support for those suffering from long-term COVID-19 vaccine adverse events globally. Our mission is to bring healing to the moms, dads, friends, and loved ones who are facing life-altering side effects from their COVID-19 vaccine. We build bridges between patients and research institutions in order to develop a better understanding of our vaccine complications.

For PatientsFor Providers

Symptoms & Solutions

Common symptoms and potential solutions for longterm Covid19 vaccine adverse reactions

Community

Find people like you in a non-political, caring environment, where we all help each other though this

International

Connect with communities outside the US, including Israel, Germany, UK, Italy, and more

How to Guides

Suggested “How To…” guides such as “How to find a doctor” or “How to insert topic here”

Find A Doctor

Find the right doctors to help you — from primary care to specialists to alternative providers

Financial Programs

React19 offers financial support grants to those suffering from COVID19 vaccine reactions

For Providers

Join the Provider Network and help patients suffering from COVID19 adverse reactions

Research Network

Science and research collaboration is critical to solving this problem. Join the research network…

Provider Resources

Tools, charts, links, articles, and more to support providers finding solutions to Covid vaccine injuries

Speak Out

AlignAct Campaign: Tell the CDC, FDA, and Washington that you exist, you matter, and need their support. Sign the petition today →

Get Involved

Surveys & Studies: We want to hear your voice. Get connected and be a part of our patient-led research. Go to our Get Involved page →

Stories Like Yours

Have you experienced complications from the COVID-19 vaccine? Have you suffered without adequate medical care or acknowledgement? You are not alone — approximately 1.2 million adverse events to the vaccine were reported in the US during the first 12 months. Read about countless people’s journey to healing through science, community, and research.

Stronger Together

React19 began as a small group of medical professionals who experienced adverse reactions from the COVID19 vaccine. For months, we suffered alone without answers. We found each other, and persisted due to mutual empathy and our shared appreciation for science. Today, our community has grown beyond our expectations, and we continue to uplift each other through difficult times.

Forums

Our mission is to bring healing to those facing vaccine side effects. One of the best ways is for us to each help each other! Join our Forums for heartfelt discussions, sharing what works, and a place to find others like you. Learn More →

Chapters

People with adverse reactions to the COVID19 vaccine exist worldwide. If you’re looking for support outside of the United States, connect with React19’s global community. Learn More →

Activism

React19 strives to make our voice heard by the public and government organizations. Help us raise awareness about adverse effects of the COVID19 vaccine and urge for change for those impacted. Learn More →

Science & Research

With scientific knowledge, we become one step closer in gaining a holistic understanding of the adverse effects of the Covid-19 vaccine, and potential prevention, improvements, and cures.

Published Science

Educational Articles

Firsthand Accounts of COVID Vaccine Injuries

Firsthand Accounts of COVID Vaccine Injuries

From The Kim Monson Show: Dr. Rachel Corbett of Roots Medical and Dr. Joel Wallskog of React 19 join Kim for a discussion on COVID  vaccine injuries. Dr. Wallskog is disabled due to a COVID vaccine injury. Within a week of getting the vaccine, Dr. Wallskog developed...

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