Aussie Lady Loses Job for Refusing 2nd Jab After COVID Shot’s ‘Stroke-Like’ Signs


Australians are nonetheless affected by the trauma of presidency well being mandates. Within the wake of Australia’s “zero COVID” coverage, which boasts 95 % of all residents over 16 vaccinated and among the world’s strictest lockdowns, Scott Morrison’s authorities was swept out of energy in Might. But damaged companies and folks’s wrecked well being wrestle to recuperate.

Some concern they might by no means recuperate.

Ask Liz Mann, who was vaccinated and says she hasn’t been the identical since. Mann, 50, who works in agriculture and runs a farm in northern Victoria, wasn’t an anti-vaxxer — she had her yellow fever, Hep-A, and different pictures — however determined to cross on the corona vaccine. She had COVID already, she reckons, having suffered extended flu-like signs in January 2020. So she’d have immunity. Along with her well being historical past of power fatigue, a UK examine discovered, she had a 27 % probability of a “extreme response” to Pfizer’s vaccine. On these accounts, she must’ve been exempt.

None of that mattered.

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(Courtesy of Liz Mann)

Per Victoria’s mandate, to work, she’d need to roll up her sleeve. Delaying the inevitable, she tried working remotely from residence for 2 weeks and took one other two weeks off, however the mandates loomed. So, she caved, visited the drive-through clinic in Murchison, acquired the jab, and was instructed to park and wait quarter-hour in case of aftereffects earlier than driving residence.

Her response was instantaneous.

“I wound down the window feeling like I used to be going to black out, I honked the horn, circled and seemed on the physician out my rear imaginative and prescient mirror,” she instructed The Epoch Instances. “After which I simply dropped the seat as a result of I used to be about to black out.” Medical workers on the clinic checked her blood strain and it was “160 over 100,” she stated, including that she’s “usually low blood strain.” “I had hassle standing up at that time,” she recalled, and instructed how chest pains adopted. “Inside about three hours, it felt like I’d been kicked within the chest by a horse.”

Docs on the clinic watched on, arms crossed over their chests, and made remarks as she laid exterior. “‘Nicely, marvel what is going to occur when she has her second vaccine,’ and I stated, ‘I’m not having it,’” Liz recalled. “They usually had a little bit of fun and stated, ‘We’ll see about that.’ I used to be fairly disgusted truly.”

We contacted Murchison Medical Clinic for remark, however they had been unable to reply earlier than publishing.

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Mann’s situation confirmed little enchancment within the days and weeks following. She remained torpid, was bedridden for weeks on finish, and was unable to carry out every day duties sustaining the farm. When a tree fell onto a fence and she or he had to make use of a chainsaw, the bodily pressure spurred chest pains, which prolonged to her face, and she or he needed to name an ambulance. Inside two weeks of the jab, different signs, together with rashes, spontaneous bruising, and a black eye, appeared. On day 41, one facet of her face drooped and she or he skilled “stroke-like signs.”

Regardless of all this, Mann couldn’t get a medical exemption for her impending second jab — not like what one would count on with unintended effects from different medication like penicillin. In the meantime, her job demanded it. She refused. They terminated her contract, however the letter they despatched made no point out of vaccine stipulations.

The purpose was moot anyway; she couldn’t work. Her well being bottomed out.

Mann did finally get a medical exemption after eight weeks, however couldn’t work on the degree she as soon as did. Any bodily exercise, corresponding to tending to her livestock, introduced on ache in her chest and face, with some days being misplaced totally to poor well being.

Including insult to damage, when Mann was granted a public data request, she noticed her physician wrote she had “psychological points,” inserting the blame on “anxiousness.” She additionally discovered a discrepancy: her docs put in a declare for 2 doses (was it a double?) whereas her immunization historical past confirmed none.

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(Courtesy of Liz Mann)
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(Courtesy of Liz Mann)
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Liz Mann’s medical document request yielded docs’ notes that she had “psychological points.” (Courtesy of Liz Mann)

But Mann is fortunate in some respects. Along with her scenario, having a number of jobs and the power to work remotely or exterior Victoria, the place restrictions are much less strict, she will earn a dwelling. Not everybody’s so fortunate.

However, if the election proves something, it’s that, whereas Australians who’ve suffered as a consequence of well being mandates wrestle to reclaim their misplaced well being and livelihoods, their collective religion within the medical business and authorities could also be past restore.

“I don’t belief them anymore, I by no means wish to see one other GP in my complete life,” stated Mann, including that, even whereas awaiting her exemption, all of the docs wished to do “was to place the following vaccine in [her].” Not precisely lucid what lies backstage of absurdities, she posits it’s “very a lot about management.”

There have been medical occupation who had been forthcoming in various levels. Docs admitted Mann’s opposed reactions as a result of vaccine, but referrals to specialists had been few and excuses many: “Chest ache is nothing to fret about.” A nurse did look her within the eye and prod her to talk up — despite the fact that many in society aren’t open to it.

That’s what she did.

“I’m not afraid to talk out, I’ve misplaced buddies over this,” stated Mann. “Individuals don’t wish to learn about this and it annoys me whenever you hear from mainstream media about tales of lengthy COVID, however vaccine unintended effects is a unclean phrase that no one desires to listen to.”

In hindsight, confronted with that ultimatum once more — the jab or no job — would Mann select in another way? “I’d have stated, ‘I don’t need the job,’ and walked away at that time and had my well being,” she stated. “I misplaced the job anyway, so it could have been the identical as what occurred. However I’d have had my well being.”

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