True Story by Chloe

Chloe, New Zealand

Pfizer x 2

Diagnosed with Pericarditis, denied a medical exemption, however my ACC claim has now been accepted.  I was vaccinated against my will in order to get a vaccine pass to make life easy for my family. After the jab I had tachycardia (150-190 at rest),  chest pain radiating to my left shoulder, shortness of breath extreme fatigue and brain fog to the point I couldn’t hold down a sentence. This went on for approx 6 weeks. Psychologically I’ve been an absolute mess and am now under a psychiatrist.

My name is Chloe, and this is my true story.

In November I was stood down from my position for 3 weeks as I had decided there was no way I wanted the jab. In the end however I freaked like so many as I have a mortgage and 3 small children so I took it.
 
I decided to have a full medical and ECG prior to being injected so there has been absolutely no question that what I suffered was a vaccine injury and has been documented as such.
 
I wrote on my consent form I do not consent, the government is forcing me to do this to keep my career. After the first I was absolutely fine with zero symptoms….
 
On Dec 22nd I had my second dose of Pfizer in tears and again I wrote I do not consent on my consent form. On the 23rd I was woken at 3am with chest heaviness and palpitations. Throughout the day my symptoms came and went. On 24th My symptoms escalated and I knew I needed to seek medical attention.
 
I went to my local Accident and medical who after taking an ECG (which showed ST depression) immediately called an ambulance. I was admitted into hospital with suspected myocarditis. My Trop came back negative so I was told verbally I had pericarditis. I was tachycardic (150-190 at rest) had chest pain radiating to my left shoulder, shortness of breath extreme fatigue and brain fog to the point I couldn’t hold down a sentence. This went on for approx 6 weeks.
 
The fatigue and brain fog remains although definitely improving…. luckily the chest pain has resolved (with loads of natural modalities) but I do still find my heart rate shoots up rapidly when I exert myself (even slightly). I had to wait until June for my echo as Our cardiology unit is absolutely inundated there was no earlier appointment. I was told because there was no “permanent damage” my exemption was denied. Because of this mandate my Christmas was not spent with my family but in a hospital bed alone.
 
Psychologically I’ve been an absolute mess and am now under a psychiatrist as I’ve been utterly traumatized by this whole situation…. I do however feel a sense of relief after being terminated as I couldn’t stand working for this corrupt system any longer!
 
It took me 6 months to finally convince my GP to file an ACC claim and on Tuesday I was informed my claim was successful. I 100% credit this to the full medical I had prior.
 
I’d also like to add I was told by management I was not to discuss what happened to me with staff whilst on hospital grounds or with patients.
 
Warmest regards,
Chloé