May 23, 2022

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Vaccine fear: “False information killed her”

Vaccine fear: "False information killed her"

A 29-year-old American woman has died of the Kovid-19 vaccine after believing it could make her infertile. Daily news.

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Samantha Wendell fell ill a few days before her bachelorette party and tied August 21, her wedding day, to a ventilator.

“False information killed her,” Ms Wendell’s cousin, Maria Vibander Hayes, told NBC News.

According to reports, the bride’s fianc told her about a study that proves the correlation between the Kovid – 19 vaccine and female infertility.

According to Henry Ford Health System, a Michigan healthcare management company based in the United States, a German epidemiologist was rumored to have interacted with a placenta protein vaccine last December. This theory was later rejected in clinical trials.

Fears of infertility are among the many myths circulating about the Kovid-19 vaccine. In addition, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the United States is urging pregnant women to be vaccinated against the risk of serious illness due to a new coronavirus infection.

In Canada, six unvaccinated pregnant women were in intensive care units in Alberta for less than a month, various Alberta media reported this week.

“In six cases last month, COVID-19 had a severe impact on the health of parents, as well as the health of children. Five premature deliveries occurred within the 29th week of pregnancy,” said Dr. Colin Birch, Calgary Zone Chief of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Alberta Health System (AHS).

According to the doctor, the fourth wave of COVID-19 severely affected pregnant women.

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It’s not just women who are affected – their children are also affected, explained Dr. Elena Castillo, a professor at the Cumming School of Medicine at the University of Calgary.