BERKSHIREENGLAND – A 22-year-old champion showjumper developed blood clots on her lungs shortly after receiving the Moderna COVID-19 “vaccine”. Imogen Allen got her shot on July 24th. She experienced shortness of breath a day later. Over the next few days, she became so breathless that she was unable to speak. She collapsed on holiday while being with her boyfriend. She was hospitalized and received the news that she had developed ‘two massive blood clots’ on her lungs.

Imogen, from Woodcote, Berkshire, spent four days in the hospital, only able to see her boyfriend and family for short periods of time due to COVID-19 restrictions. The 22-year-old, who represented England in showjumping as a teenager, now faces the possibility of surgery for her blood clots. The Dailymail reports that she could even die from a simple cut or bump on the head and she will be on blood-thinning medication for the rest of her life.

Doctors have told Imogen that it could be three months before her breathing returns to normal. The doctors told her that her blood clots can be linked for certain to the vaccine.

Imogen won a silver medal representing England in British Show Jumping events against Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. She may never be able to ride a horse again. She has reported her health problems to the yellow card scheme, which records adverse reactions to the COVID-19 vaccine, and she encourages anyone who has experienced side effects to do the same.

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