Is Katya Elise Henry an Anti-Vaxxer? In a recent Instagram story post Tyler Herro’s girlfriend Katya Elise Henry criticized COVID-19 vaccine shots. Some people are worried about her mindset after the post, but does she actually have a point?
Katya Elise Henry isn’t taking the COVID vaccine, and she used the post to explain why. In her message she wrote a statement saying, “No vaccine for HIV after 40 years of research. No vaccine for the common cold. No vaccine for cancer after 100 years of research. Nothing. A virus mysteriously appears and within a year a vaccine is created and we are all expected to take it. No thanks”.
Take a look at her IG story post.
As you can see Instagram flagged the post as “Missing context” with a disclaimer saying the information she wrote was reviewed by independent fact checkers. However, they didn’t say she was completely wrong.
Here is a video that explains how COVID-19 vaccines work differently from any other vaccine ever made. This could explain how they were made so quickly, and also why there is a lot of controversy surrounding their true safety.
How Many People Have Died After a COVID-19 Vaccine?
Official VAERS reports from Newsweek state that 970 people have died after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine shot. 495 of deaths occurred after people took a Moderna vaccine, and 475 occurred after taking Pfizer shot. In all, around 90 million people have taken COVID-19 vaccine shots, so in general that is a very small percentage.
However, it does show that the COVID-19 vaccine is capable of causing death. Some scientists claim more research needs to be done to be 100% certain those 970 deaths can be directly attributed to the COVID-19 vaccine.
It seems like Katya Elise Henry is an Anti-vaxxer, but she does make some good points. It’s easy to see why some people would feel uneasy about taking a vaccine that was produced so quickly, and is a new design scientifically. It’s the same way some people don’t like buying the first batch of new electronics to make sure there are manufacturing defects.
The world now knows that Katay Elise Henry is not taking a COVID-19 vaccine, does this mean Tyler Herro isn’t either?
Author: JordanThrilla Staff