COVID-19 Vaccine Reaction
Ruins Nurse’s Health
Following is a recent report posted on NVIC.org on the Cry for Vaccine Freedom Wall:
“I wish to tell my story so no one goes through what I have. Please consult your provider prior to getting vaccines. I am a geriatric nurse of 40 years. I had COVID on Nov. 13 and was out for 10 days. I went back to work the day after Thanksgiving and worked 40+ hrs a week as we were in a pandemic and nurses were in shortage.
“Avera Health came Dec 29 and gave our nursing home healthcare workers the Moderna [experimental mRNA COVID-19] vaccine. The only main question was: Have you had COVID in past 10 days? I hadn’t, so I took the vaccine. I ended up in the ER on Dec. 30, less than 24 hours later with bilateral pneumonia, CRP level over three with inflammation of both lungs, urinary tract infection and shortness of breath. DNP states COVID did damage my lungs, but the vaccine enhanced the damage, as my antibodies were high and when I got the vaccine my antibodies were elevated and I went into a cytokine storm.
“I had a severe reaction to the Moderna COVID vaccine. I have not gotten any better. I attempted to try to go to work Jan. 11 and I lasted one hour, as I became so short of breath. I become very short of breath with any exertion. It was awful. I have been doctoring with pulmonologist and neurologist for my shortness of breath.
“I had a spell on Friday Apr. 7, in which I felt like a 2x4 went they my middle back. I called my DNP. My DNP was worried I threw a clot, so I had an EKG, lab work and a CT scan of lungs. My DNP after review of all records states the CT is unchanged from December. There is no change in the damage and scarring of lower lobes. She said it should show some improvement, but there is none. She recommends I go to Mayo in Rochester for evaluation and [to see] if there is any treatment they can do. I’m awaiting a referral from [my] pulmonologist.
"That’s my story and thank you for listening.”
Share Your Vaccination Experiences with Others
Publicly sharing your experiences with vaccination or infectious diseases helps educate and empower others to share their experiences, too, which raises public awareness. NVIC’s website offers visitors ways to access and privately report or publicly share information about their experiences.
On NVIC.org, there is a link to report a vaccine reaction, injury or death to the publicly accessible federal Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). If the person who gave you or your child a shot refuses to make a report to VAERS, you can do it yourself.
You can also privately file a vaccine reaction report describing a vaccine reaction, injury or death with NVIC's 39-year old Vaccine Reaction Registry.
NVIC’s Cry for Vaccine Freedom Wall provides a public forum for real life descriptions of harassment by doctors, nurses, school officials, employers and others who have threatened, coerced or punished people for trying to exercise voluntary, informed consent to vaccination. NVIC is opening up the Cry for Vaccine Freedom Wall to now include descriptive reports of COVID-19 vaccine reactions as well.
You can publicly post a vaccine reaction report describing a vaccine reaction, injury or death and include a photo or video on NVIC’s Memorial for Vaccine Victims.
You can also post a vaccine failure report if a vaccine failed to protect you or your child from disease on the Vaccine Failure Wall. See below ====>