The public is told that adverse drug reactions to the new COVID-19 vaccinations are rare yet more people are coming forward to tell of life-changing side-effects. This is a series of people in the UK telling their stories.
We, along with a small group on Twitter in mid-2021, were among the first to try spreading awareness that adverse reactions seem to cluster around specific batch numbers. In particular, multiple people were reporting problems with the following batch numbers:
More groups have now been formed to help those who have been vaccine injured.
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Batch no. AB0012
|Date given||22 February 2021|
The first video is from Wayne Cunnington who suffered brain tissue damage as a direct result of the AstraZeneca jab with a prognosis of MS and Dementia.
Update October 2021: Wayne’s Twitter account has now been set to private so only logged users can view the video. A public copy can be viewed here.
Batch no. PV46671
|Date given||5 March 2021|
|Date given||6 March 2021|
Rachel Matthews received the AstraZeneca jab on 6th March. By 19th March she was hospitalised for a week with a blood clot on her liver and has muscle pain in her legs.
|Date given||4 March 2021|
|Date given||9 March 2021|
Batch no. PW40008
|Date given||31 March 2021|
Claire spent several nights in hospital after experiencing blood clots in the lungs and liver after taking the AstraZeneca jab.
|Date given||25 March 2021|
‘GardenerSpike’ is a wife and mother of three who wishes to remain anonymous until she receives a confirmed diagnosis from her GP. She has provided a photo of her vaccine card as proof that she received the Astra Zeneca jab.
GardenerSpike’s account, as sent to us, is copied below.
I am finally getting a face to face appt with my dr tomorrow after having these issues and it getting worse this last 6 weeks. I eventually decided to ring Dr and got a ringback appt on fri last wk. I really thought with my symptoms, he would have had alarm bells ringing and i told him I wanted an MRI I would pay privately but he wants to see me Wed (tomorrow) and perhaps get bloods and discuss what kind of tests or if MRI the question to ask what they would be looking for! He thinks it could be vascular but I know this is nerves.
My SE started the morning after when I woke with an horrendous migraine and my pillow was soaked from my eyes. Fast forward, my vision got very blurry and every morning I have to put drops in to open them. I got an emerg appt with my optician thinking i was losing my eyesight – it turns out that now I have to wear glasses (but I dont as it comes and goes throughout the day) of 1.50+ , I didnt need them before March – my oil glands in my eyes are now blocked/dry.
I had my right ear and side of face burning which a week later then peeled like a snake
I’m left with very sensitive hearing on that side now
My balance is greatly affected and i have a buzzing in my head and nead sometimes like a snapping that you get from one of those vandegraph machines in high school lessons.
My head feels like it is wobbling and my neck feels like i need to support it all the time.
I have weird feelings and headaches still but not so much as migraines like they were.
I have a loss of feeling in my right foot and now in my right hand; the grip feels weaker and i have to really think about holding cups; I am also now doing a strange kind of holding that hand like a clench.
I feel like i have drunk 5 cups of coffee; theres like a tremble in my body. My foot doesn’t feel like it is mine although i can move it and feel it. but its weaker and numb if that makes sense. I believe myself, that I have nerve damage or an inflammation in my nerves.
|Date given||8 April 2021|
Batch no. FA1027 and FF3319
|Batch no||FA1027, FF3319|
|Date given||26 June 2021|
A 20-year-old self-employed nail technician realizes her life is going to be very different for the foreseeable future. Now she is warning others to “please just do your research.”
More information on TheCovidBlog.org.
Batch no. 4120Z003
|Date given||18 March 2021|
I’ve now got autoimmune condition causing inflammation in spine and hips. Started 36 hours after jab.
Unknown batch numbers
Details to follow when available.
|Batch no||Not released|
|Date given||March 2021|
Anthony Shingler was a formerly ‘fit-and-healthy’ grandad who has been diagnosed with Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) after having his first dose of AstraZeneca in March 2021. His story was reported by StokeonTrentLive on 6th July 2021.
|Batch no||Not released|
|Date given||February 2021|
|Source||Dr. John Campbell|
|Batch no||Not released|
|Date given||To follow|
Please visit our COVID-19 Vaccination page to find out more about the vaccines that have been authorised for supply in the UK. There you will find links to officially published sources for Adverse Drug Reactions around the world. If you decide to take the jab, you will find information to support the informed consent process.
We also have an archive of news reports about adverse drug reactions in the UK.
The OpenVAERS Project allows you to easily browse and search the US Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System.
If you have suffered side-effects after taking a COVID-1 jab, visit the Coronavirus Yellow Card reporting site to file your report.
How bad is my vaccine batch?
An investigation of the USA’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) database revealed high numbers of adverse reactions and deaths against specific lot numbers of the Covid-19 vaccines.If you have been vaccinated, an online app can help you check your batch number: How Bad is My Batch?
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Post a comment below if you would like to share your story. It would be helpful for others if you can provide the details below but of course, do not post any confidential information:
- Your general location e.g. city or town
- Which vaccine was administered
- The batch number
- Date given
- The side-effects you experienced
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