The COVID World post date: November 18th, 2021
TAURANGA, NEW ZEALAND – Another previously fit and healthy man has suffered a heart attack just 23 days after his second COVID-19 vaccine. Dan Allen, 36, received the shot on October 13th and then had a heart attack caused by blood clots in his artery in the early morning of November 5th. He went online to share his experience.
“Hey everybody, my name is Dan Allen. I’m from Tauranga making this video to highlight one of the very apparent risks of having the vaccine.
My first vaccine was 9th of September and the second 13th of October, and on the early morning of the 5th of November, I had quite a bad heart attack caused by blood clots in three of the arteries in my heart”
The 36 years old father-of-two commented that he’s very lucky to be alive due to his health and active lifestyle:
“The ecology and angiogram showed a very healthy heart and arteries that basically saved my life.
I’m very lucky, very lucky.”
PM Jacinda Ardern yesterday announced that New Zealand’s largest city Auckland, which is 90 miles from Tauranga, will soon be moving out of the strict lockdown it has been under since August. The city eased only a few restrictions due to the ‘insufficient’ vaccination rate among people age 12 and older.
Allen is now on a mission to assist others in their recovery who are also injured by the vaccine:
“Having a heart attack that more than likely very few would have survived, I am blessed to be here to tell the story and hopefully save other ‘Kiwis’ along the track and also help communicate with others that have had vaccine injuries.
Any way that I can assist in their recovery, even if it’s just a chat, just chatting on how your health is doing because it rattled me.”
Watch Allen’s full testimony:
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