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J.K. – Rhode Island

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I'm a Chiropractor in Rhode Island. I've seen several adverse reactions to the Covid-19 vaccinations. The first patient was a female in her 50's who had severe vertigo and nausea following the Pfizer vaccination. The second patient was a male in his early 60's who was brought in by his wife to be adjusted after the second dose of Pfizer. He was so dizzy and nauseous that I was unable to adjust him because he simply couldn't lay on his back. When he attempted to do so he began vomiting uncontrollably into the waste paper basket in the room. I sent him to the ER where they told him it wasn't related to the vaccine, refused to report it to VAERS, and sent him home to 'rest for a few days'. The third patient had the Moderna vaccine under duress. She was told she could not go back to work (for the government) without the shots. She told me she was having the sudden onset of vertigo and nausea and when I asked her if she had the shot, she informed me she had it just days before her visit. I am very concerned about the continued use of these vaccines but when I tried to inform my patients of my findings in the office, I literally had hate mail sent back to me and patients threatened to leave the practice if I persisted in 'discouraging the vaccine'.

​-J.K. - Rhode Island"

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