SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES – A news reporter has developed heart muscle inflammation after her second Pfizer COVID-19 shot. Georgia Clark, a Daily Telegraph journalist, experienced severe flu symptoms and chest pressure a week after her second Pfizer vaccine. She checked into the emergency room on August 4th. Research in the hospital showed that the 27-year-old suffered from pericarditis as a result of the jabs.

Georgia Clark receiving 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 vaccine

Georgia Clark spent two nights in Concord Hospital. She seems to have recovered well for now. We’ll continue to monitor this case.

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