Two NEW COVID-19 Vaccine Side Effects Discovered?!

Two RARE COVID Vaccine Effects Have Been Found in the Vaccinated

( – There have been studies on over 99 million people who received the COVID-19 vaccine to see what kind of effects it’s had on the body since receiving it.

There have been two new side effects revealed from COVID-19 vaccine recipients: inflammation of the spinal cord and a neurological disorder. These results were found in the largest vaccine study that has been performed.

The research involved 99 million people, all of whom had some version of the COVID-19 vaccine, across 8 countries: Australia, Argentina, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, New Zealand, and Scotland. This study proves just how complicated vaccine complications are. Although there have been side effects, the vaccine’s benefits “vastly outweigh the risks” according to the researchers.

Researchers who were working as a part of the Global Vaccine Data Network looked into electronic healthcare data that was able to compare 13 brain, blood, and heart conditions in people after they received the COVID-19 vaccine whether it be from Pfizer, Moderna, or AstraZeneca.

The study did confirm that there was a link between the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines and the side effects of pericarditis, swelling of the covering of the heart, and myocarditis, inflammation of the heart muscle. It’s also said that some people had side effects of the rare disorder, Guillain-Barre Syndrome, where the nerves are attacked by the immune system.

With this being said, two new side effects were discovered, which are acute disseminated encephalomyelitis which is swelling and inflammation of the brain and spinal cord, which was also linked to the AstraZeneca vaccine.

Jim Buttery, who is co-director of the Global Vaccine Network said that these findings have prompted them to conduct a second study and look into 6.8 million people in Argentina who received the AstraZeneca vaccine.

Experts stated that the results showed that these rare disorders were extremely rare with acute disseminated encephalomyelitis affecting 0.78 cases of every million people and transverse myelitis, affecting 1.82 cases per million of people. Buttery said that these types of side effects are not discovered until the vaccine is administered to millions of people.

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