Courtney Keating, age 19, received the AstraZeneca vaccine in late April and developed this reaction on her legs, arms and back (as shown below).
“My veins and blood cells had burst and was bleeding under the skin. I was unable to walk for a over a month where it had attacked the nerves and joints in my legs.
I was in a wheelchair for a over a month and I was then learning to start to walk again with a walker. I was in hospital for a month and I was told if I didn’t go to hospital when I did it would [have] been fatal.
Having this vaccine is one of the biggest mistakes I’ve ever made. Nearly two months later and I’m still not able to walk properly, and not able to fully do the normal activities I used to, and the rash still not fully gone yet.
I am just spreading awareness because I would never want anybody to go through what I did.” — Courtney Keating
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.