by Brian Shilhavy
Editor, Health Impact News
Corporate news sources are reporting that Austria has suspended their roll-out of the experimental AstraZeneca COVID vaccines after a 49-year-old nurse has died “as a result of severe coagulation disorders,” and a 35-year-old nurse developed a pulmonary embolism following the COVID injections.
A pulmonary embolism is an acute lung disease caused by a dislodged blood clot.
Both nurses reportedly worked at the Zwettl clinic in Lower Austria province.
The Austrian Federal Office for Safety in Health Care (BASG) said blood clotting was not among the known side effects of the AstraZeneca vaccine.
An AstraZeneca spokesman said: “There have been no confirmed serious adverse events associated with the vaccine.”
However, the statistics published by the UK Government’s Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency last week reported 244 deaths and 157,637 injuries following injections of the experimental AstraZeneca vaccine in the UK.
A recent CDC report in the U.S. found that 62% of nursing home workers are refusing the experimental Pfizer and Moderna COVID “vaccines.” (Source.)
Since long-term healthcare residents were targeted as among the first to receive the new experimental COVID vaccines in almost every country that has begun COVID injections, and where many deaths are being reported following the injections, it is easy to understand this “vaccine hesitancy” among healthcare workers who are observing these deaths and reactions firsthand.
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