The COVID World post date: December 1st, 2021
ALBERTA, CANADA – Charissa Olivia Klamn, a 43-year-old former EMT-paramedic and registered cardiac invasive specialist, has been diagnosed with multiple blood disorders as a result of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. The 43-year-old is now battling severe anemia (low red blood cell count), pulmonary embolism (blood clots in the lungs), and micro-clotting.
Charissa received her first Moderna shot on May 14th and started experiencing multiple health problems shortly after.
“I got my first Moderna shot and then got really, really sick. Health Canada said it was okay to take two different ones, so I was able to take Pfizer, which I had no problems with at the time.
But then what started happening is that I became very anemic fast and it started with iron deficiency, and then it started affecting all my blood work.”
Charissa’s doctor diagnosed her with hemolytic anemia, an autoimmune disorder in which red blood cells are destroyed by the body faster than they can be made.
“My doctor has medically confirmed that it was the vaccine that has done this. I am exempt from further vaccines coming out.”
Charissa now needs 24/7 help raising her four-year-old son since her vaccine injuries.
The mother-of-one recently went public with her story:
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