Fully Vaccinated University Student Died of COVID-19

Translated by: MOS Finesse Team – Gloria

Shawn Kuhn, a 21-year-old of the University of Georgia, California, died of a sudden infection of the coronavirus, aka, COVID-19, even he had been fully vaccinated against the novel coronavirus. He fought the disease for about 6 weeks before succumbed to the illness.  Kuhn was a senior in sports and physical education, in good health, awards-winning in athletics, and was a part-time personal trainer on campus.

UGA Student Shawn Kuhn was seen as a healthy and vibrant young man

Even though COVID-19 poses a very low risk to people under 30, young people have been pushed to get vaccinated on a large scale by the coercion of schools and workplaces. Kuhn and many youngsters all have been forced to take the jab, the poisonous shot containing embryonic cells.

Karen Kingston, a former Pfizer employee, disclosed that the human body’s chance of contracting the virus has increased by three times compared to if he/she does not get vaccinated. After the second dose, human immunity gradually weakens over time.

In June of this year, a 15-year-old in California died of “stress myocarditis with coronary artery inflammation” just two days after receiving the second shot of the Pfizer vaccine.  The CDC also admitted that young men who are vaccinated with mRNA jabs are at risk of developing myocarditis and pericarditis.  If the US government still enforces the vaccination mandate, more and more young people will be harmed or even die as a result of this massive vaccination including school students and workers.

References:
‘Fully vaccinated’ 21-year-old personal trainer dies from COVID complications

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