Western Australian Police Officer Chantal Uren is a healthy, fit 37-year-old member of the force.
She had no underlying conditions before taking a dose of the experimental Pfizer COVID-19 jab.
After receiving the injection, Uren suffered a stroke and ruptured artery in the brain.
Uren wrote in a Facebook post:
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“I have had every test for every illness they can test for with a negative result, and every nutrient level is perfect. So how does a healthy, fit 37-year-old have a stroke and ruptured artery to their brain only weeks after having the Pfizer vaccine? If the doctors don’t think it’s linked, then why would they book me in with a vaccine specialist?”
Doctors stated Uren had a transient ischaemic attack (TIA) and the adverse reaction was related to the experimental Pfizer injection.
The Australian government mandated the COVID-19 jab for police officers and Uren faced extreme social pressure to get the injection.
Western Australian woman Chantal Uren, 37, received her first shot of pfizer in August and claimed that within weeks she was hospitalized for a mini stroke'.https://t.co/F032s70L2z
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Western Australia Police Officer Suffered Blood Clots and a Stroke After Taking Pfizer Vaccinehttps://t.co/ER4j6DViEZ
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Despite the conclusion from doctors, Australian health authorities attempted to dismiss her injuries as unrelated to the COVID-19 jab.
The Expose reported her experience:
“In August, my employer announced that anyone who was not vaccinated would be treated differently by having to wear masks at all times in the workplace, excluded from buildings and moved out of their positions that they have worked hard for into office-type roles,” she said in October 2021.
“I felt as though I didn’t really have a choice. I was worried that I would be moved out of my position – which is seen as a privileged role.” Uren admitted that she felt terrified to get her second vaccine dose out of concern that she would experience another adverse reaction.
Uren’s testimony on social media regarding her vaccination experience quickly went viral. However, a doctor in the same state dismissed her allegations and said that there was no scientific proof that the Pfizer jab caused her TIA.
Dr Mark Duncan-Smith, President of the Australian Medical Association – Western Australia, said: “It’s like saying I had my Pfizer injection and within two weeks I had a car accident. Therefore, Pfizer injections cause car accidents. There is no evidence to suggest that the vaccine is associated with strokes or TIAs.”
Uren issued a strong response as reported in Natural News:
“To the people who threatened me with defamation charges and disciplinary action for telling my story, I am disappointed that your priority is to silence me for your own egos and agenda. It makes me question humanity and how any person can have such a lack of empathy toward another,” she said.
“I don’t want anything from telling my story, except the acknowledgment that no vaccine or medical procedure is safe for everyone. This is not my opinion, this is fact – and the COVID vaccine is no exception. No one has the right to tell someone else that they have to put something in their body as they don’t know the risks to that person.”