In very brief summary, this NZ woman reporting her experience following the covid-19 injection, did not feel fully informed, felt coerced with respect to retaining her employment, was not fully supported by NZ’s medical establishment after the injury, the medical center did not report her adverse reaction and says she was treated with hostility by one of the ambulance staff about any implied link. She is recovering but has decided not to take the second shot. Read the article and listen to her interview with Peter Williams on Magic Talk Radio. EWR
Over the past month, NZ has witnessed the rollout of the new, experimental COVID-19 Comirnaty vaccine from Pfizer to border workers, frontline staff and their families.
The government and media report that there has been high uptake from within this industry and there has been no mention of ANY adverse reactions in the news. But this is not what we are hearing behind the scenes from people within the industry.
We have spoken with border workers up and down the nation and they report that many of their colleagues have made the choice to delay or decline this vaccine. In some regions, that number is close to 50%.
We have also heard about vaccine injury.
Jane* has recounted to us the distressing story of her experience with workplace coercion and of suffering an adverse reaction to the vaccine she was administered back at the beginning of March.
Here is her story…
Jane is a healthy young mother of three children. She is the breadwinner for her family and whilst she didn’t actually want to take the COVID-19 vaccine, she was left with little choice – to take the vaccine and keep her job, or decline and be unable to continue in her role within the organisation. Voices for Freedom have confirmed that this same messaging has also been communicated to border workers (in the same role) in another part of the country.
She described the speed with which the rollout took place within her workplace and how she felt ill-informed and rushed into a decision prior to the administration of her vaccine…”
(Note: voicesforfreedom invite you to send in any experience you may have had following the injection … see details at the link).
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