GD4ELI Posted May 20, 2022 Share Posted May 20, 2022 1 minute ago, John Wright said: I’m not ridiculing anything. I’m asking for information so as to gauge the extent of the problem here. Of course, you’d expect a certain number of people who are vaccinated in a campaign to vaccinate 60 million people in UK, and 80,000 in Isle of Man, to have heart attacks, or die, within 28 days of being vaccinated. That’s the law of averages/coincidence when numbers are so large. How many have been actually medically attributed to the vaccine, by doctors or a coroner? Have you considered that it may not be being publicised because there is little or no connection and the number of cases is low. The island has delivered 120,000 doses, approx. I’ve had 4. I’m due my 5th soon. I had a sore arm once for 24 hours. My partner, 3 doses, had flu like symptoms for 3 days after dose 2. Either of us could have filed a yellow card report. A friend of mine who had already suffered with COVID in an initial outbreak was poorly for a few days after her first and second jab, this was an expected reaction. I had a sore shoulder for a few weeks after my Pfizer booster, big deal. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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