Alaska healthcare worker with no history of drug allergies suffered serious reaction after getting coronavirus vaccine

Although she had no history of drug allergies, the woman suffered serious ‘anaphylactic-like’ reaction within minutes of getting Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine and required an overnight hospital stay.

A healthcare worker in Juneau, Alaska, suffered a severe allergic reaction within 10 minutes of receiving Pfizer Inc’s coronavirus vaccine on Tuesday.

The middle-aged worker had no history of allergies, but had an anaphylactic reaction that began 10 minutes after receiving the vaccine at Bartlett Regional Hospital in Juneau, Alaska, a hospital official said. She experienced a rash over her face and torso, shortness of breath and an elevated heart rate.

She remains stable in the ICU at Bartlett Regional Hospital and is expected to be discharged later on Wednesday.

The woman is said to be disappointed that she can’t receive the vaccine’s second dose.

The anaphylactic-like reaction is believed to be the same one suffered by two British healthcare workers last week, both of whom have since recovered.

It led the U.K.’s regulatory body to warn that anyone with severe allergic reactions to food or medicine not get the vaccine.

Anaphylactic shock is a severe and potentially life-threatening reaction to an allergy from food, medicine or even a type of material.

In Pfizer’s clinical trial, 137 people who were given the vaccine suffered allergic reactions as did 111 in the placebo group.

Dr. Paul Offit, a member of the US Food and Drug Administration’s Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee, said today that doctors will have to keep an eye out for allergic reactions to the new vaccine.

“Currently, the CDC recommendation is that if you ever had a severe allergic reaction to an injectable medical product, you shouldn’t get this vaccine,” said Offit, who is also director of the Vaccine Education Center and professor of pediatrics at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

“About one out of every million people that get a vaccine can have a severe allergic reaction to the vaccine. What we need to find out is what specifically seems to be inducing this allergic reaction,” Offit added.

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18 thoughts on “Alaska healthcare worker with no history of drug allergies suffered serious reaction after getting coronavirus vaccine”

  1. Their “clinical trials” weren’t long enough and the PRIMARY motivation was PROFIT and not our health, welfare, or safety. They rolled out the vaccine and their experiment continues using us. I have smelled a skunk in this whole coronavirus thing since day 1 and I STILL smell a SKUNK! Something is very wrong in their narrative.

  2. “Britain’s Medical and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency has said people should not receive the shot if they have had a significant allergic reaction to a vaccine, medicine or food, such as those who have been told to carry an adrenaline shot — such as an EpiPen or other similar devices — or others who have had potentially fatal allergic reactions. The medical regulator also said vaccinations should be carried out ONLY IN FACILITIES THAT HAVE RESUSCITATION EQUIPMENT.” [ emphasis added]

  3. If they have any honesty, WHO would publish a daily and cumulative tally of Pfizer-20 cases and deaths, as with Covid-19.

  4. The woman is said to be disappointed that she can’t receive the vaccine’s second dose. God willing they’ll grant her wish as with all those who desperately need these safe and effective vaccines. We can only pray.

  5. Ask yourself what will happen when non-medical staff start administering vaccines in remote locations.

    Do not let a non-specialist vaccinate you and if you must be vaccinated (I will not be), make sure you get vaccinated within 5 minutes of a hospital with ICU facilities.

  6. But Twitter has banned any claim that the vaccine(s) are harmful:
    In its latest effort to suppress “misinformation,” Twitter has signaled it will begin removing posts containing vaccine “conspiracies,” including claims vaccines are purposely used to cause harm and “control populations.”
    Starting next week, the social media giant will excise all posts that “invoke a deliberate conspiracy” or “advance harmful, false, or misleading narratives” about vaccines, the company said in a blog post on Wednesday, focusing particularly on inoculations against the coronavirus.

    “Using a combination of technology and human review, we will begin enforcing this updated policy on December 21, and expanding our actions during the following weeks,” it said, adding that the new rule would be enforced “in close consultation with local, national, and global public health authorities around the world.”

    • Twitter, like Tacebook and all forms of social media is nothing but hot air. Simply stop using it. They are making massive profits off your vanity while telling you at the same time what you can and cannot say.

  7. yeah well Offits so pro vax it hurts
    damn sight less than one in a mil reactions so far..
    and thats a fairyfart figure they use for NORMAL vax and this is anything BUT normal , being mRna.
    laughed at her being” disappointed” at not being able to have repeat dose
    why the hell would you after that event?
    (Robert drop me a mail cos my pc died and ive lost all my addys)

  8. I’m concerned about this for my sister, who has a bad reaction every time she gets her flu shot.
    I have never had any reaction (other than “ouch!”) to a vaccination, and I”ve been vaxxed twice for smallpox.
    I’m aware that you can have a bad reaction to a vaxx without being allergic to anything else. But this appears to be only to the Pfizer vaxx, not the other versions.

  9. I suggest you google “adverse flu shot reactions” and read what has been going on for years unreported by the press.

    • Nurse: I have a history of having an overactive vaginal response, and so with that if I have pain from anything, hangnail or if I stub my toe, I can just pass out.
      Pfizer: We have a vaccine for that now.

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