Dan Petrovic: Australia’s Best-Known Name In The Field Of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Develops Pericarditis After Pfizer Vaccine

The COVID World post date: November 16th, 2021

AUSTRALIA – Dan Petrovic, Australia’s best-known name in the field of search engine optimization (SEO), has developed pericarditis after his second Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. Petrovic, who describes himself as an avid “pro-vaxxer” who has long advocated vaccines to his more hesitant friends, is now raising questions about how side effects are reported.

The 42-year-old marketing executive at DEJAN received his second Pfizer dose on September 14th and developed constant chest pains for six weeks after the shot reports News Australia. On September 18th, just four days after his jab, Petrovic began to feel unwell while watching TV.

“I can’t lean to the left side, I feel a bit short of breath. It’s just like constant pain and palpitations. It doesn’t go away. Imagine enduring six weeks of that.

This wasn’t a little bit of pain, this hits really hard and it was lingering for a long time. It’s a debilitating condition – can’t work, can’t walk, can’t walk up and down the stairs, can’t play with my daughter.”

After weeks of appointments and $3000 in medical costs, he has now largely recovered with only a “little bit of pain” once a week.

Petrovic at the Marketing Festival in 2015

While he still doesn’t regret taking the vaccine, Petrovic says one thing concerns him. Neither his cardiologist nor his GP would submit an adverse event report to the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA).

After his experience, he fears that the TGA, which monitors adverse vaccine reactions, may not be getting the full picture.

“I asked my doctor, ‘Are you going to submit this to the TGA as suspected pericarditis?’

He said, ‘You can go online to do it. I’m too busy.’

Shouldn’t this be mandatory for medical practitioners? I believe every doctor, every medical professional, when a patient complains of a complication after a vaccine, they should make a report.”

He did submit his own, which now appears in the Database of Adverse Event Notifications – the TGA’s anonymized list of raw, unconfirmed reports – but it’s unclear whether his case is included in the regulator’s overall numbers of pericarditis.

Petrovic added:

“I don’t appreciate working with bad data. Bad data means bad science. To me that’s not OK. In my profession I work with data – if I have bad data I make bad decisions for clients, and that’s just marketing. In health there is an even bigger responsibility.”

Petrovic worries that people being brushed off by health practitioners only fuels mistrust and conspiracy theories.

“The public cannot lose trust and confidence in science and the scientific method.

It’s a slippery slope. If this is just laziness of doctors or bad administration, that’s OK, we can fix that. But if it’s, let’s just keep it quiet, hush hush, vaccinate as many people as possible and release the reports later … that’s conspiracy talk. But we can’t have people sweep things under the rug just so we get the vaccinations now.”

He is now wrestling with whether to vaccinate his daughter, who has asthma. He first wants to know if she may be genetically predisposed to suffering the same reaction.

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Fred
Fred
11 days ago

“While he still doesn’t regret taking the vaccine…”
“He is now wrestling with whether to vaccinate his daughter, who has asthma. ”

That just amazes me. I work with an EE/FW engineer that got vaxd AFTER he recovered from Rona!!! As engineering types, we always assume the worst for our product and want data to PROVE it’s safe to release, yet he took the opposite view with something going into his body? WOW. Just the fact that this vax was release in months vs. MANY years was enough for me….even BEFORE the adverse reactions/deaths.

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Last edited 11 days ago by Fred
covid1984pl
covid1984pl
Reply to  Fred
11 days ago

I think they call this indoctrination they?

pam
pam
Reply to  Fred
11 days ago

He also said “Bad data means bad science.” and
“if I have bad data I make bad decisions for clients,”

So

lack of data = no science => more animal testing required

he still thinking about having his daughter to be a “test animal” !

She is the age group that is in least in danger. wow

Frey
Frey
11 days ago

“ He first wants to know if she may be genetically predisposed to suffering the same reaction.”

Good luck getting that answer from the medical field at this time. You would need to conduct your own research and from what I have seen, I would lean towards yes.

Wild
Wild
11 days ago

“He first wants to know if she may be genetically predisposed to suffering the same reaction.”

Uh, is she human? Then the answer is yes.
You know how to use a search engine, right, Dan? There is PLENTY of data out there that should scare the pants off you.

Nothing wrong with conspiracy theories. I hear that “gravity” theory has a lot of believers too.

jacquelynsauriol
jacquelynsauriol
11 days ago

I think you will soon come to regret this, I hope you will say that publicly, if you are still well enough to do so.

Hillsong
Hillsong
11 days ago

“The public cannot lose trust and confidence in science and the scientific method.”

Too late – that ships sailed. The scientific and medical communities have shown the world how easily they can be politicised and corrupted. These supposedly highly educated people are either dangerously under educated or willfully compliant with medical malfeasance. Either way, they’re a grave danger to the public at large.

Shoah Kahn
Shoah Kahn
Reply to  Hillsong
6 days ago

If the average plebe understood just how embroiled the Pharmaceutical Industrial Complex was in “health” and “medicine”, three would the revolution by the morning.

AmericaGoneStupid
AmericaGoneStupid
11 days ago

Time for a global New Nuremberg Trials.

Shoah Kahn
Shoah Kahn
Reply to  AmericaGoneStupid
6 days ago

…No need for “skin lampshades” and “shrunken heads” this time, either!

Lonespin
Lonespin
11 days ago

But he still recommends the vax???! Wtf???

Shoah Kahn
Shoah Kahn
Reply to  Lonespin
6 days ago

$camdemic induced Stockholm syndrome.

covid1984pl
covid1984pl
11 days ago

yeah give to your daughter you moronic fool! Good idea after your life is done.The smarter the people the less able to see the most obvious lies. Glad I am just considered dumb by most!

Last edited 11 days ago by covid1984pl
Shoah Kahn
Shoah Kahn
Reply to  covid1984pl
6 days ago

The closer to the Caesar, the greater the fear; and actually being in the sector, at a time of such unprecedently Orwellian goings-on, it would be surprising if most of these people were, in fact, as “red-pilled” as with the luxury of standing back to take in a panoramic view.

KrissMac
KrissMac
11 days ago

I would think vaccinating his daughter would be a no-brainer—NO! So he’s better but he must know his heart is damaged forever since the heart has limited regenerative ability. Still these people walk on eggshells to speak out ever so delicately—never a firm word to condemn what is happening and so it goes on and on, the killing and maiming of vaccinees.

KarlM Alias
KarlM Alias
10 days ago

 He first wants to know if she may be genetically predisposed to suffering the same reaction.
If she is human, then yes.

Shoah Kahn
Shoah Kahn
6 days ago

There is little hope they will let up — not until there is a global uprising, and they genuinely feel that the systems could be overthrown. So many are so deeply embroiled in this unprecedent, global catastrophe — all the way from inviting China into the WTO, that led to the “COVID”; to coercing genetic experiments on the populace — that they have all but no choice than to, Kafkaesque, follow through with their Machiavelli.

Moreover, have much of the mouth-breather populace in such a trance or pathological denial, that for mudbloods to accept that the world is not what they’ve been duped into thinking it was, is tantamount to trying to teach a 10th century, Gregorian monk about heliocentricity.

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