Woman in Scotland Suffers Horrific Reaction to Vaccine

According to the Daily Mail, Sarah Beuckmann, 34, of Glasgow, had a terrible reaction to an AstraZeneca vaccine a week after receiving a dose of the British vaccine produced in India.

After receiving AstraZeneca’s coronavirus vaccine, a mother says her legs transformed into painful, blood-filled blisters that “fused together.”

“At one point, I was sitting there thinking ‘am I going to get my legs amputated’ because I didn’t know what was going on, and obviously this is new to the hospital staff as well,” she said of her anxiety when she was admitted to the emergency hospital.

Ms. Beuckmann was rushed to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital after experiencing a tingling feeling that turned into a bloody rash one morning.

She was in the hospital for 16 days. Her legs had to be cast. Then, because of the discomfort, blisters emerged all over her body, hands, and buttocks, preventing her from moving.

The pictures are absolutely terrifying.

Ms. Beuckmann, on the other hand, claims she just shared her story to raise awareness about the dangers of the experimental CCP Virus vaccine.

“I’m still not anti-vaxxer or anything,” the woman explained, “but I’m not allowed to get the second dose to be safe.”

She was sedated with morphine for acute pain for nine days before being allowed to recover at home.

Ms. Beuckmann said, “I’m actually using a wheelchair as well because I can’t walk with my legs being bandaged up every day and the blisters on the soles of my feet.”

“I just want people to be aware that any reactions can occur and that any rashes should not be ignored. It’s not to scare them, but in the event that anything happens to someone else, it means they’ll be treated right away,” the Brit added.

Doctors initially tested her for HIV, herpes, and other skin diseases due to a lack of expertise in the field, but all of the findings were negative.

Ms. Beuckmann obtained the vaccine despite being under the age of 50, according to the study.

Vaccination with AstraZeneca has been suspended in many European countries, including Norway and Denmark, due to the blood clots it caused in several patients.

According to official statistics from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1755 people have died as a result of the Chinese virus vaccine so far in 2021, a number that exceeds the 994 people who died as a result of vaccination in the previous ten years.

1431 of the 1755 deaths occurred in people over the age of 65. Moderna laboratory, the maker of one of the vaccines, was blamed for 938 deaths, while 822 deaths were blamed on the vaccines themselves.

This figure excludes deaths in countries other than the United States, which total more than 5,000.

The Chinese virus vaccine has not been licensed by any health agency, unlike other vaccines that have been less lethal. Despite this, it is licensed for emergency use due to a lack of adequate testing time, which means the long-term consequences are uncertain.

Religious leaders have also addressed ethical concerns and encouraged believers not to be injected with the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, which uses cells from aborted babies in its manufacturing process.


Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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