UK Requires ‘Resuscitation Facilities’ at Corona Vaccine Centres After Allergic Reactions

Britain’s National Health Service (NHS) confirmed on Wednesday that it is deploying “resuscitation facilities” in coronavirus vaccination centres following the revelation that two healthcare workers suffered anaphylactoid reactions after receiving the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine on the first day of rollout.

Following the adverse reactions experienced by the two healthcare workers, the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) issued “precautionary advice” which said that people who have a “history of a significant reaction” to medicines, foods, or vaccines should avoid taking the coronavirus vaccine.

The new advice went on to state: “Resuscitation facilities should be available at all times for all vaccinations. Vaccination should only be carried out in facilities where resuscitation measures are available.”

In comments made to Breitbart London on Wednesday, NHS England and NHS Improvement spokesman Matthew Edwards said that “vaccination hubs all follow the guidelines set by the MHRA”.

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Deaths, Bell’s Palsy, anaphylaxis — can anything happen to the human guinea pigs that will slow down the “warp speed” approval? Will any of this change YOUR mind?



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