While the various coronavirus vaccines are still technically on trial until 2023, it should come as no surprise that unforeseen side effects are regularly reported by those who’ve opted for the jab over sickness. But what isn’t expected is that a far more serious infection could be the result of the vaccine. As one social media user put it: what’s the point of taking a shot that’s going to make you sick in order to keep you from getting sick?
Is that what’s going on? Are the risks of getting sick as a side effect of taking the coronavirus vaccine just as great as the risk of complications from the original infection it’s meant to protect against?
Due to big-tech’s censorship, this publication will not make that actual call–we’ll leave the obvious for you to determine for yourself.
That being said, there have been multiple reports of young individuals coming down with Herpes Zoster, also known as Shingles, after receiving one of the coronavirus vaccines. Herpes Zoster is characterized by a red, painful rash that persists for, in some cases, several weeks and is caused by the reactivation of the Varicella Zoster–the same virus that causes Chicken Pox.
According to the Jerusalem Post, a study was carried out on 491 patients of which 6 were reported to have come down with Herpes Zoster following vaccination. That is approximately 1.2 percent.
“We cannot say the vaccine is the cause at this point,” lead researcher Dr. Victoria Furer of the hospital’s Department of Rheumatology told The Jerusalem Post. “We can say it might be a trigger in some patients.”