A World Health Organization (WHO) database, managed by the Uppsala Monitoring Center in Sweden (UMC), has just reported nearly 20,000 eye disorders in people who had recently been vaccinated with one of several drugs available in Europe to combat the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Virus.
The nearly 20,000 eye disorders reported to the UMC include cases of Eye pain, blurred vision, photophobia, visual impairment, inflammation, ocular hyperemia, and even more than 300 cases of complete blindness.
More than 10,000 cases of eye disorders were also reported under the adverse effects section of the UK yellow card.
The cases reported in the UK reportedly followed injections primarily of AstraZeneca and Pfizer’s COVID-19 (CCP Virus) vaccines. But they also included eight reports of eye disorders among the 228 reports related to the Moderna vaccine, of which only 100,000 first doses have been given as of April 21.
This number of reports has concerned both health authorities and those who intend to be vaccinated or have already been vaccinated since eye disorders were not reported in clinical trials for vaccines, so it was not an expected adverse effect. In the United States, all circulating vaccines have only been granted Emergency Use Authorization (EUA).
While also not listing eye disorders as a possible adverse effect, the Pfizer vaccine does state that “additional adverse reactions, some of which may be serious, may become evident with more widespread use of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.”
The VAERS database, intended to collect information on vaccine adverse effects in the United States, includes more than 1200 reports of “eye pain” among the symptoms listed.
A report filed by a 50-year-old Wisconsin physician said he experienced “intense sweating; fever; weakness “and the” worst headache of my life” after receiving a second dose of Pfizer’s Wuhan coronavirus vaccine in January. The doctor said he experienced “acute eye pain for the past 2 months” and “daily headaches.”
A 26-year-old student in California received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine on April 9 and reported experiencing “typical” post-vaccine symptoms such as nausea, muscle aches, chills, and fatigue that “dissipated.” However, on the fifth day after the injection, she took a light morning walk and “completely lost vision in both eyes.” She also described her “excruciating headache behind her eyes” as the “worst headache of my life.”
Michelle Jorgenson, 31, of Arizona, received her first dose of the Moderna vaccine in mid-January and second dose in mid-February and developed blurred vision along with symptoms of headaches, “mental fog,” and fatigue. She underwent CT scans, and MRIs and the doctors don’t know what is causing her problems,” she said.
“It’s scary, stressful and uncertain. I’m 31 years old and I’ve never had double vision in my life,” she said.
Mosly the eye disorders stem from a severe allergic reaction, which is still unknown how to prevent. These kinds of adverse effects add to a long list that includes itching, shingles, uveitis, stroke, blood clots, and death.