UPDATE – 13.6.2021 or 6.13.2021
That link might not work so here’s the source link.
ORIGINAL POST – 12.6.2021 or 6.12.2021
Symptoms reported post vaccine by people all over the world are blood clotting issues and heart inflammation.
Why otherwise would a 100% fit top sports player just collapse from nowhere and require survival CPR assistance?
He could well have had the vaccine.
Footballers have been made use of in the media to promote the vaccine all over Europe.
Here is possibly the first evidence of the consequences of that decision.
Italy publicised that they vaccinated their players prior to the Euros.
They were not the only ones. Belgium did. Turkey. France. As well as Italy. http://www.insideworldfootball.com/2021/05/27/belgian-team-greenlighted-first-covid-jabs-ahead-euros/
The players were obviously not given much choice in the matter.
Would Denmark decide not to vaccinate when most teams are doing so? I doubt it.
It seems more likely that all the teams have been ordered to fully vaccinate, but the media reporting is being done bit by bit for maximum drip-drip-drip effect.
Tottenham Hotspur, Eriksen’s club, have also recently been at the forefront of the campaign to push the vaccine at their ground, although manager Murinho seemed to be against the players being given priority.
Given all the circumstances, it would not be surprising that Eriksen had been vaccinated along with his Danish team mates. That would explain his collapse as there are many reports from all round the world of people collapsing after vaccination, with many deaths. I have never seen a footballer collapse like that – in mid flow – ever in fifty years of watching the game. Not has anyone. This is a new thing to see, and that too would be consistent with it being caused by the vaccine.
After being given the go-ahead by the Italian government, 28 players were given their first doses at two hospitals in Rome and Milan.
“I thank all the staff for their hospitality and their welcome,” Lazio and Italy forward Ciro Immobile said as he left the Spallanzani hospital in Rome. “We are happy and proud to have done this, getting yourself vaccinated is important, and we hope this moment will come soon for everyone.”
Denmark suspends vaccines due to risk of fatal blood clots – but not all of the various brands of COVID vaccine –
Harry Redknapp, Chris Kamara and Eniola Aluko among the football stars urging people to get COVID-19 vaccine in a new short film.