Richard Terrell, 74, of Goochland, Virginia suffered a painful rash that spread across his entire body causing his skin to peel off after receiving the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, according to local news.
“I began to feel a little discomfort in my armpit and then a few days later I began to get an itchy rash, and then after that I began to swell and my skin turned red,” Terrell told ABC 8News.
The rash then proceeded to cover his whole body. “It all just happened so fast. My skin peeled off,” Terrell said. “It was stinging, burning and itching. Whenever I bent my arms or legs, like the inside of my knee, it was very painful where the skin was swollen and was rubbing against itself.”
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When he went to the emergency room, doctors determined that he had experienced an adverse reaction to the COVID-19 vaccine, WRIC reported. “We ruled out all the viral infections, we ruled out COVID-19 itself, we made sure that his kidneys and liver was okay, and finally we came to the conclusion that it was the vaccine that he had received that was the cause,” said Dr. Fnu Nutan, who noted that if Terrell had not been treated, the condition could have been deadly.
“Skin is the largest organ in the body, and when it gets inflamed like his was, you can lose a lot of fluids and electrolytes,” said Nutan. “If you look at the risk for adverse reaction for the vaccine it’s really, really low,” she said. “We haven’t seen a great concern at all. I am a big proponent of the vaccine.”
The Biden regime is in the process of working with corporations to implement “vaccine passports” in an effort to de-facto force Americans into getting experimental mRNA COVID-19 vaccines by restricting the non-vaccinated from engaging in commerce, as National File reported.
According to The Washington Post, the Biden regime “and private companies are working to develop a standard way of handling credentials — often referred to as ‘vaccine passports’ — that would allow Americans to prove they have been vaccinated against the novel coronavirus as businesses try to reopen.”