"On the VAERS website, it says that health care workers are required by law to report certain adverse reactions to the COVID vaccines. Now that has since changed and it's interesting," Conrad told Dr. Bryan Ardis during the August 31 episode of "The Dr. Ardis Show" on Brighteon.TV.
The physician assistant noted that healthcare workers in a pharmacy or hospital system that administer vaccines must report adverse reactions to the COVID vaccine if they don't want to face criminal or civil penalties.
"It's right there in the contract, you are required by law. The organization is responsible and that includes all those providers for that organization of which I was one," Conrad said.
Conrad, who was also a medical technologist at the United Memorial Medical Center, said she started recording and reporting about every patient after being alarmed by the enormous cases of blood clots, heart attacks, strokes, seizures, sudden and recurrent cancers, hepatitis and other weird viral conditions that she had never seen in her career.
"So, I wasn't getting any answers from my colleagues or leadership. They just kept telling me it was just a coincidence and to calm down, nothing's wrong. But I knew enough to realize something is very wrong here. So, I started googling. I can't be the only one, and that's when I discovered VAERS just on a Google search. And I'm ashamed to say in 20 years of practice, I never heard of it. That is, I'm embarrassed how I could have not known of this," Conrad said.
According to Conrad, she talked to the hospital leadership about the need to formulate a plan or policy on how to manage the VAERS reporting. Unfortunately, she never got an answer.
The veteran physician assistant went on to say that she got reprimanded by hospital authorities and was told to be quiet about the VAERS reporting. (Related: COVER-UP: New York physician assistant says she was forced to stop reporting covid "vaccine" injuries.)
"It was insane that a safety concern was ignored just because it doesn't go along with the COVID narrative," Conrad said.
Conrad also said it was ironic she was shut down by her hospital administration that had signed a contract with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that they would report moderate to severe COVID vaccine reactions to VAERS.
She also discovered the VAERS standard operating procedure document explaining the conditions to look out for following the vaccine rollout.
The document, which was released December 2020, talked about increased cases of heart attacks, strokes, blood clots, seizures, among others, which Conrad said were exactly the conditions she was seeing in the hospital.
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