Two men who were in their 30s have been pronounced dead, just shortly after they took their second dosage of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. The men’s deaths come just days after Japanese authorities discovered contaminations inside of Moderna vials; this resulted in the government of Japan suspending over 1.6 million Moderna doses in order to prevent people from being contaminated.
According to NBC, the suspension of Modern vaccines started on August 26th after medical doctors from several clinics around the country noticed the vaccines they received were contaminated.
After further investigation, Japan’s Ministry of Health reported the vials that were contaminated were part of a 565,400 batch of vaccines manufactured in Spain. It’s believed that the contamination is due to particles of metallic.
2 dead after taking Moderna 💉🪦
Two people have died in Japan after receiving Moderna COVID-19 vaccine shots that were among stocks later suspended following the discovery of contaminants: Japan's health ministry #COVID19 #modernavaccine pic.twitter.com/qMorrB7k7M
— Sachin Dananjaya98 (@sachinpeiris98) August 28, 2021
BBC Radio Host Died After Taking COVID-19 Vaccine
Lisa Shaw, a radio host for BBC, died just a couple of weeks after she received the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine. According to the coroner’s report, she died due to blood clots in the brain.
The report went on to read she died of complications from AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine. Lisa was one of the 72 people who have died after taking the AstraZeneca vaccine this year. In July, a 13-year-old boy from Michigan died in his sleep after he received a second dose of the Pfizer vaccine. The 13-year-old received the vaccine on June 13th.
Then, on June 15th, he died with no underlying health conditions. According to VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System), there have been over 9,000 people who died a short time after they took the COVID-19 vaccine.
What would you say to the parents of the 13-year-old boy that died three days after taking the first Pfizer shot from myocarditis? Lots of young people getting myocarditis after Pfizer shot. You think this is all okay and that the FDA can push forward on this? I don't.
— The Sky Is The Limit (@Bald_Eagle_2) August 29, 2021
New Research Shows Natural Immunity is Better Than Pfizer Vaccine
Researchers and scientists from Israel have discovered that those who previously contracted COVID-19 are less at risk of being infected with the Delta variant than those who were vaccinated by a Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine.
The research focused on those who were previously infected with COVID-19 and those who were vaccinated. It turns out that vaccinated people were 7x more likely to be infected with COVID-19 than those who recovered from a previous wave of COVID. Essentially, the study shows that our bodies’ natural immunity is a lot stronger than any kind of vaccine.
Although, data does show that in some cases vaccines can be harmful. Additional data also shows vaccines don’t work at all times. Nevertheless, the United States government is still pressuring citizens to get vaccinated.
Starting October 1st, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced that all potential future green cardholders must have the COVID-19 vaccine; they must also have proof they were vaccinated as well. Any immigrant who refuses to be vaccinated will not be able to obtain a visa or be allowed to enter into the United States.