Love the Covid Vax Even if Your Skin Peels Off! By Mrs Vera West

This story says it all. I hope I don’t end up being a fleshy, meaty peeled banana as well! Maybe I could just quickly die, to avoid getting the disease? Yes, that would work, better dead than Covid infected!

“A reaction to Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine caused a severe rash that eventually led to a man’s skin peeling off, doctors and the man said.

“It all just happened so fast. My skin peeled off. It’s still coming off on my hands now,” Richard Terrell, 74, of Virginiatold WRIC.

Terrell received the shot earlier this month and was soon forced to go to the Virginia Commonwealth University’s (VCU) Medical Center for treatment.

The issues began appearing four days after the injection. Discomfort turned into an itchy rash that began to swell.

Graphic photographs show Terrell’s legs and feet turning bright red as swelling intensified.

“It was stinging, burning, and itching,” Terrell said. “Whenever I bent my arms or legs, like the inside of my knee, it was very painful where the skin was swollen and was rubbing against itself.”

Fnu Nutan, a dermatology hospitalist at VCU, said doctors determined that what happened to Terrell was a reaction to the vaccine.

“We ruled out all the viral infections, we ruled out COVID-19 itself, we made sure that his kidneys and liver was okay, and finally we came to the conclusion that it was the vaccine that he had received that was the cause,” Nutan told WRIC.

“Lots of patients come in and say, ‘I got the vaccine, here’s what happened, I’m sure it’s the vaccine,’” Nutan told Fox News. “We’re very careful when we see such patients; we want to make sure we have ruled out the more common causes of the reaction—most commonly it would be antibiotics or something he took, even over-the-counter.”

Tests done on Terrell included those for viral illnesses, COVID-19, and adenovirus.

Nutan said the reaction, which likely had to do with Terrell’s genetic makeup and the vaccine type, is extremely rare and that she still recommends people get a COVID-19 vaccine.

“If you look at the risk of getting the virus versus the benefit of getting the vaccine, the risk-benefit is still highly in favor of the vaccine,” she said.

Johnson & Johnson, VCU, the Virginia Department of Health, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment.

Drug regulators authorized Johnson & Johnson’s shot last month.

As of March 30, 96 million Americans have received at least one COVID-19 vaccine dose. According to the passive reporting Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), 1,005 reports of skin issues following vaccination have been lodged in the United States. In total, there are 160,137 reports of adverse effects following vaccination.

Federal authorities, including the CDC, say they’re monitoring reports of severe allergic reactions, including by following up on reports from VAERS. Anaphylaxis, or severe allergic reaction, post-COVID-19 vaccination is rare, occurring in two to five people per million vaccinated in the United States, the CDC says on its website.

“This kind of allergic reaction almost always occurs within 30 minutes after vaccination. Fortunately, vaccination providers have medicines available to effectively and immediately treat patients who experience anaphylaxis following vaccination,” it states.”

Ok, nothing to worry about at all. All good, so full speed ahead to the jab! Oh, before I forget, even WHO has not ruled out the lab leak hypothesis for Covid, although it is rated as unlikely.

“After more than a year of carrying water for Beijing, the WHO finally delivered its strongest rebuke yet to the CCP earlier this week when Dr. Tedros, the WHO's director-general, said the "lab leak hypothesis" remained a plausible scenario (even if the WHO report specified that it was the least likely scenario, and that animal-to-human cross-infection seemed more realistic). The report's release, along with Dr. Tedros's comments from a press briefing yesterday in Geneva, inspired the US and 13 other countries to demand that Beijing cooperate with further inquiries, which Dr. Tedros said would likely focus on the data allegedly denied to investigators during the team's trip to Wuhan in January.

Dr. Tedros's criticisms of the report precipitated a statement from the US and 13 other nations calling on Beijing to cooperate and release the data. But unsurprisingly, the CCP leadership wasn't having it.

Even though one member of the WHO investigative team denied reports that Beijing had tried to meddle with the final report, the unexpected rebuke in front of the international community has clearly aggravated Beijing. Because on Wednesday, the CCP dispatched Liang Wannian, the most senior Chinese scientist on the WHO-led team that visited Wuhan in January, to deny the WHO's complaints about being denied access to critical data.

During an official press briefing in Beijing, Wannian explained that while "there was some data that according to Chinese law could not be taken away or photographed but analysis in Wuhan was done together," Lianan said. That, of course, contradicts claims from other team members and the WHO, who complained that data on potential early COVID cases dating back to September 2019 was withheld, despite promises of transparency and cooperation.

Asked about the prospect for further inquiry, Liang declined to offer any concrete details beyond saying that the details of future research plans had not yet been decided. "The next stage will be to build upon the results of origins research in China to search for the origins on a global scale," he said.

"There was some data that according to Chinese law could not be taken away or photographed but analysis in Wuhan was done together," Liang told a press conference in Beijing on Wednesday.

The Chinese government has carefully managed all inquiries into the virus's orgins while - as we have reported - pushing an "alternative" theory which claims the virus actually originated outside China.

In addition to the press conference in Beijing, China's Foreign Ministry said it believed that the report had adequately "ruled out" the possibility the virus leaked from the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

"Speculation about laboratory leaks has always existed, but the team of specialists...found no evidence for suspicion," said Hua Chunying, a top ministry mouthpiece.”



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Sunday, 03 July 2022