SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES – A 45-year-old journalist was rushed to hospital 25 days after receiving the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. Denham Hitchcock, a Channel 7 News reporter, got his shot on or around August 1st. He was then later hospitalized after suffering pins and needles in his arm, a racing heart, and dizziness after the injection. He was diagnosed with pericarditis as a result of the vaccine.

The reporter spoke from his hospital bed after being diagnosed with pericarditis — a swelling or irritation of the sac-like membrane surrounding the heart that helps keep it in place. Hitchcock made the decision to share his story because as a journalist “it would be hypocritical not to”.

He took to social media and posted this on his Instagram:

Denham Hitchcock vaccine

UPDATE (September 7th): Denham posted this video on his Instagram where he talks about his current health situation:

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