Kellai Strodriguez, age 35, has some underlying health issues, such as depression and fibromyalgia, which she has been addressing with medication, her medical team, and the help of a personal trainer.
She also had covid twice over the past year so when her doctors recommended she get the vaccine, suggesting it could reduce the odds of her getting it a third time, she followed their advice.
Kellai shared her testimony:
“I had some medical issues but I was working on them, and I was getting stronger. I was eating more, I was gaining weight, I was doing really good and then I got that Moderna vaccine.
Every doctor I talked to told me that it was my best chance for living a long life….but nobody told me that this could happen, or that my medications could stop working; medications that also keep me alive, that keep me safe from myself.
They told me I might get sick [from the vaccine] for a couple of days and then I’d be fine. I didn’t get sick, I felt fine afterwards. And then a week and a half later, my medication stopped working, and fifty seven days later I look like this.”
I would rather have covid right now.
I’ve been documenting what’s been going on with me since I got my vaccine and in the last six months, it’s the only thing differently that I’ve done.
I’m not saying 100% this is the vaccine, I am only telling my story and video journaling until answers are found.
We keep talking about how we need to have more control over our own bodies and our own choices, and yet, this vaccine is being pushed and pushed on people.
Be aware of what’s being put in your body. Ask all the questions, and don’t let someone make you feel stupid if you don’t want to do it.”
– Kellai Strodriguez
Author: Sarah May
Sarah May believes one person can make a difference just by being courageous enough to speak the truth. As she puts it, “If you think you’re too small to make a difference, you haven’t spent a night with a mosquito.” She is concerned to see so many people harmed by the COVID-19 vaccine so she shares their stories to help warn others.