HEALTH DEPARTMENT PERSONNEL CALLS AND TEXTS WOMAN REPEATEDLY PRESSURING HER TO GET COVID VACCINE
In Less than 24 Hours After Receiving the Pfizer Injection, Woman Suffers Complete Paralysis
My name is Shiara, and I am a 60-year-old mother to two grown children and grandmother to three grandkids in Louisiana, but I live in Houston, Texas. For the last 32 years, I’ve been a commercial truck driver, tractor-trailer driver and charter bus driver. I was very active and loved to travel, dance and bike ride. I traveled cross country and have an impeccable driving record with 2.7 million miles accident free.
On April 12, 2021, I took the Pfizer injection. I had previously been sick with Covid in January and was hospitalized for three days and released. After my hospital stay, my local health department called and texted my phone repeatedly for me to go and get injected, since they had been notified that I had been sick with Covid. I made the decision to get injected to help my community and thought it was the best thing I could do. After receiving the one and only injection, I was asked to wait in the waiting room and after 45 minutes, my right arm started to become numb. I developed a headache and they told me to go home, take Tylenol and drink water. Around 1:00 AM that morning, I woke up and was completely paralyzed. I couldn't move at all, so I cried myself to sleep and woke up at 7:00 AM the next morning with my right arm contracting and shaking with tremors. My right arm was where I was injected. I realized that I was only able to use my left side and unable to use my right side at all. I called the hotline number that I was given, and they instructed me to take Tylenol again.
After waiting a week, I decided to go to the Emergency Room and was told that I was having a stroke. I spent the night and passed all of the tests proving that I was not having a stroke. My right arm where I received the injection was in constant motion and no matter what I did or medication I took, they did not go away. I stopped trying any medication, as it seemed it just drugged me up and didn't solve my problem.
I have since visited several doctors, including neurologists, explaining what happened to me and pointed to the injection as the cause, but they did not want to hear what I had to say and most definitely did not see the injection as the cause.
Before I took this injection, I passed a Department of Transportation physical every year to hold my Chauffeur’s Driver’s License to drive. As of today, I still cannot even fill out the paperwork to be examined for a physical. I cannot use my right hand and use a cane to walk. I am learning to accept a much slower pace of life and am encouraged by the people I have met recently. Both of my children and grandchildren are supportive of me since my injury, but some of my family members do not attribute or believe it is because of the injection. They have ostracized me and have been reluctant to help me.
I reported my injury to the Vaccine Adverse Effect Reporting System on May 3, 2021, which was done by a Physical Therapist, and I plan to follow up with them soon. I was able to create a Give Send Go account to raise money, as I found out that hyperbaric oxygen treatment is a great healing tool. I raised enough money to have six treatments and it has helped with my pain relief and flexibility. I hope to raise more money so I can continue them, as they are the most helpful treatments that I have found.
I believe that laughing is one the best, old-fashioned remedies to deal with the hardest times in your life. It's actually my super power! Even though life is challenging, I intend to stay positive with my faith in GOD, family, friends and beautiful music. I will keep sharing my story in hopes that it will help someone and give them hope. I have been interviewed by Ivory Hecker and Jab Injuries USA. Thank you for also sharing my story.