In Florida, a medical doctor died less than two weeks after receiving the first shot of the Covid-19 vaccine made by Pfizer. The vaccine was given on December 19, 2020 and the doctor died on January 3, 2021. Three days after receiving the shot, Dr. Gregory Michaels a56 year old OBGYN with his own practice, notice spots on his skin and was taken to the local emergency room. Upon arrival Dr. Michaels was admitted to the ICU where he was never discharged. Michael’s body lost its ability to have the blood clot and he died of a stroke with no previous history of this condition. The Miami medical examiner is currently investigating the death to see if it is linked to the vaccine. Pfizer says it is also investigating the death while denying that the vaccine is to blame.
The Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine is the first ever mRNA vaccine. Instead of creating a weakened version of a virus this version rewrites the DNA of white blood cells training them to fight Covid-19. Long term effects of the vaccine are not known and many steps of the research process were skipped in the process of creating this vaccine. The first day of administering the vaccine in England saw a nurse have a severe allergic reaction putting her into anaphylactic shock and needed to be resuscitated. The UK government immediately stated that the vaccine could only be administered in a facility where people could be resuscitated if needed.
Meanwhile, in India, the largest producer of vaccines caught on fire with five people dying. The Serum Institute is one of the foreign companies Pfizer depends on for the production of the Covid-19 vaccine overseas. The Serum Institute says the fire will not effect the production of the vaccine.