The COVID World post date: October 21st, 2021
ARAGUATINS, TOCANTINS – A 39-year-old woman had her left leg amputated due to blood clots just a week after receiving the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. Cicera Santos took the shot on August 25th and was hospitalized four days later with venous thrombosis in her left leg. The thrombosis was so severe that doctors had no other option but to amputate her left leg below the knee.
Santos is now seeking answers for her sudden horror injury.
The mother-of-two posted this message on her Instagram today:
“Hi guys, these are some pictures of what I’ve been through after taking the covid-19 vaccine. I was affected by venous thrombosis in my left leg just a week after the vaccine. Right now we’re doing additional tests for more information. I was a healthy person before this and I never had problems with my blood circulation.
I need help, whoever can help, please reach out. My name is RAIMUNDA CÍCERA ALVES DOS SANTOS and if you want more information about my story, then you can call my phone number (PIX 63 991056787). God bless you all.”
Her journey thus far:
The COVID World has recently covered the stories of Dave Mears, Alex Mitchell, and Ketsiri Kongkaew, all of whom lost their left leg above the knee shortly after receiving the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine.
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