Excited to get your COVID-19 vaccination? Just be prepared for the mild side effects, which may now include the herpes zoster virus, aka shingles.
The New York Post reveals scientists in Israel have identified six cases in a new study of patients developing the painful, burning skin rash shingles — after receiving the Pfizer vaccine, according to a study in the Rheumatology Journal.
Herpes zoster starts off as a small, itchy skin rash, if left untreated, it could cause nerve damage and pain, the Jerusalem Post reported. This can include a prolonged burning sensation on the skin even after the rash disappears.
Those with autoimmune inflammatory rheumatic diseases were found to have a higher risk of developing the herpes infection.
The COVID-19 vaccine is starting to sound more and more like those late night pharmaceutical commercials. People are smiling and walking on the beach, while the narrator rapidly reads the numerous ways the same substance could harm you.
Add this to the list of concerns of now several thousand people who have been vaccinated and still catch COVID-19 and that Moderna plans to have a so-called booster shot available by this fall.
Don’t forget to still wear your mask until 3021!
No wonder people have concerns with taking the Fauci ouchie. If people really knew the facts, there may be fewer American guinea pigs willing to serve as part of the government’s grand experiment on our health.
But don’t believe us. Watch and decide for yourself.