New Side Effect Of The Experimental COVID Injection: COVID Arm
When it comes to the experimental gene therapies being falsely labeled as “vaccines,” the side effects are becoming known. One side effect is “COVID arm” but the mainstream media puppets are telling us that it’s completely normal. But is it?
According to Yahoo News, people who have the Moderna coronavirus “vaccine” should not be alarmed if unusual plaques develop on the arm they received the shot in. It’s fine it’s just “COVID arm.” This side effect is described as swelling and often itchiness and a lump forming as the skin reddens after the inflammatory response. “That just means the ‘vaccine’ is working,” they say.
Writing in the journal JAMA Dermatology, medics from Yale New Haven Hospital in Connecticut reported 16 people who developed so-called COVID-arm – defined as itchy, painful, and swollen “pink plaques” – several days after getting vaccinated. That number has to be much higher if their numbers who have taken the jab are accurate.
Jabs commonly cause redness, swelling, and slight discomfort, however, the Yale medics have stressed the “delayed” plaques are “distinctly different”. Nevertheless, the COVID arm is mild and should not put people off getting vaccinated, they added.
Mild? Is that true? What is interesting, can be seen in actual clips from the mainstream media complied in the video below. Start watching at 4:50 seconds. Take a notice of the syringe. Do you see anything strange? Where’s the needle? And what’s that metal tube that is shot under the skin as the healthcare worker depresses the syringe? What the hell is really going on here?
Of the study’s more than 30,000 participants, 244 (0.8%) developed COVID arm around eight days after the first jab, which tended to resolve within four to five days.
The Yale medics believe “delayed localized reactions may have been under-reported” in the Moderna study due to such side effects only being “actively solicited until day seven, with unsolicited adverse events collected thereafter.” –Yahoo News
Use your own critical thinking and start asking questions. This is going to get incredibly interesting as we proceed through the remainder of 2021. Keep your eyes open, stay alert and aware and make sure to use discernment.
Article posted with permission from Mac Slavo