A Channel News Asia correspondent fainted live on air during a report at the United Nations COP27 summit, the latest in a string of bizarre fainting spells caught on video since the Covid-19 vaccine rollout.
Reporting from the globalist climate change confab in Egypt earlier this month, CNA reporter Julie Yoo was about to begin commentating when she appeared dizzy then collapsed onto the floor.
Her co-reporter looked over at her, then back at producers in horror as he attempted to help her while asking “you okay?”
The feed then cut back to an anchor at the studio who also hasda terrified expression.
Following her startling collapse, CNA parent company Mediacorp quickly released a statement claiming Yoo was fine and just dehydrated.
“She was feeling a little unwell due to dehydration and low blood sugar,” Mediacorp stated according to CNA.
“She will be resting tonight and will be back on air tomorrow. We would like to thank everyone for their concern.”
While it’s unclear whether the reporter’s fainting could be attributed to a Covid-19 injection, the sudden blackout fits a pattern observed since the introduction of Covid-19 vaccines where healthy people suddenly collapse often while in front of cameras.
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