Georgia Clark: 27-Year-Old Journalist Hospitalized 10 Days After Receiving Second Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine, Diagnosed With Pericarditis

The COVID World post date: August 15th, 2021

SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES – Georgia Clark, a news reporter for the Daily Telegraph, has developed pericarditis (heart inflammation) after her second Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. The journalist experienced severe flu-like symptoms and chest pain a week after her injection and checked into the emergency room on Wednesday, August 4th. Research showed that the 27-year-old suffered from pericarditis as a result of her inoculations.

Georgia Clark received her first Pfizer shot on July 3rd:

She received her second shot on July 25th:

She posted this video message from her hospital bed on August 11th:

Ms. Clark was discharged on August 12th:

Georgia Clark spent two nights in Concord Hospital. She appears to have recovered well for now.

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Rob Meldrum
Rob Meldrum
15 days ago

Fascinating that she claims pericarditis does not cause lasting damage. The vaxx caused inflammation that resulted in the pericarditis. We are in the early stages of finding out the long-term damage being done by the spike proteins. Once you’ve been vaxxed you can’t get unvaxxed. Let’s see how she’s doing in the next few years….

Matteo Saffioti
Matteo Saffioti
11 days ago

As a main stream media journalist she is kidding herself saying ” it’s for the Greater good”, she is just towing the Mainstream line pathetic.

Nicholas Wind
Nicholas Wind
11 days ago

From Toronto.
Astounding that these “smart” people are all dead or permanently damaged.
This is THE GREAT CULLING that has been foretold and the LEMMINGS who mock us are dropping like flies.

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