Mass COVID-19 Vaccination Site Closed After Adverse Reactions

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Day in and day out, the American public is being bombarded with a PR campaign for the coronavirus vaccine. Social media ads, television, political talking heads, etc., are working day and night to promote the coronavirus vaccine as effective, secure, and something that every eligible American should get. 

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However, for all the talk about the supposed greatness of this vaccine, reports of adverse reactions continue to appear. Last week, Georgia had to close a vaccine facility after multiple adverse reactions to the immunizations; similar situations also happened in North Carolina. 

Now, Colorado is one of the latest communities to close a mass vaccination site in the wake of adverse reactions to the vaccine, Newsmax confirms. 

Adverse Reactions to the Coronavirus Vaccine

A Denver-based vaccine site shut down last week after multiple individuals suffered adverse responses to the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine. Of the 11 reported persons to suffer bad reactions, two of these people actually required transportation to the nearest hospital. 

The Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment issued a subsequent statement after these incidents. According to them, the recipients of the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine started to feel dizzy and nauseous, hence prompting the need for medical care. 

Later, the department downplayed the seriousness of this by claiming that no one who received the vaccine at this site should be concerned….even in spite of the aforementioned reports. 

Lesser Known Facts About the Coronavirus Vaccine

Last week, a study came out showing that of the three big pharma companies with coronavirus vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson), people are likeliest to have adverse reactions to the Moderna shot. 

Health officials continue to insist that there is nothing wrong with the vaccines themselves. This is questionable at best and an outright lie at worst. Many in the health community lament “vaccine hesitancy” or “anti-vaxxers”; however, health officials’ refusal to openly acknowledge and discuss adverse reactions to vaccines feeds into this hesitancy they oppose. 

Pushes for vaccine passports also aren’t doing the health community any favors. In fact, vaccine passports only serve to confirm concerns that “vaccine-hesitant” and/or “anti-vaxxer” individuals harbor. 

What do you make about these latest reports of adverse reactions to the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine? Does the medical community have a duty to get ahead of this and candidly explain what caused this? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.