Those aren’t adverse effects of the vaccine you’re feeling, it’s actually Early Double Secret Covid symptoms that are getting to the recently vaccinated:
Early Covid-19 symptoms mirror vaccine side effects, according to a recent study that warns people who suffer headaches, fatigue, or fever after being jabbed to assume they have been infected, get tested, and isolate themselves.
The findings, published last week in the eClinical Medicine journal, show there is no way to tell if the symptoms are from the disease or an adverse reaction to the shot unless a screening test is taken. Researchers at King’s College London have raised concerns that the recently vaccinated could be inadvertently spreading the virus, thinking their symptoms were from the jab.
According to the UK’s Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), more than one in 10 people can suffer minor adverse reactions to the vaccines – and the researchers found that 1% of the 362,770 people who reported symptoms in the week following the jab actually had Covid-19.
The study was based on data from those vaccinated with the Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines between December 2020 and May 2021.
The findings come amid a rise in cases and ahead of a high-profile booster vaccination drive for all adults in the UK, as officials worry about the potential impact of the virus’ Omicron variant.
Not only desperate, but obvious. Key phrase: “ahead of a high-profile booster vaccination drive”.
UPDATE: FFS, Early Double Secret Covid was a JOKE, you morons!
Scientists say they have identified a stealth version of Omicron which cannot be distinguished from other variants using the PCR tests that public health officials deploy to gain a quick picture of its spread around the world.