The latest data out of the United Kingdom's Yellow Card system, the counterpart of Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) in the U.S., showed a rising number of fully vaccinated people losing their eyesight. (Related: Many people fully vaccinated for covid are now going BLIND.)
A total of 163 people reported total blindness after injection with the Pfizer mRNA vaccine, alongside six cases of central vision loss and four cases of sudden visual loss. Meanwhile, 21 people reported "transient blindness" – visual disturbance or loss of sight in one eye for a few seconds or even minutes at one time – after their vaccination.
"In total, there have been 8,016 eye disorders reported as adverse reactions to the Pfizer jab as April 6, 2022," the Daily Expose said in a report.
Another mRNA vaccine, that of Moderna's, was linked to 1,519 vision-related issues. Thirty-four reports of blindness and 56 reports of visual impairment were connected to the mRNA shot, which was attributed to the lower number of doses injected into Britons' arms.
The AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine has also been connected to 14,895 vision disorders. A total of 324 reports of blindness, three reports of central vision loss, five reports of sudden vision loss and 29 reports of transient blindness were linked to the adenoviral vector vaccine.
"In all, when including adverse reactions reported where the brand of vaccine was not specified, there have been 24,516 eye disorders reported as adverse reactions to the COVID-19 injections, with 525 of these reactions being complete blindness," the Expose reported.
The question now is if it is worth it to get "protected" against COVID-19 and then go blind.
Even though the mechanism of how the COVID-19 injections damage the eyes is not fully understood, one study has linked ocular problems to the shots.
Back in September, a study published in Vaccines reviewed cases of optic neuropathy after COVID-19 vaccination. The study authors looked at 45 cases of patients who developed eye problems associated with the vaccines. "Patients diagnosed with [optic neuropathy] were more likely to be younger," the authors said, adding that "COVID-19 vaccination may be associated with different forms of optic neuropathy."
They ultimately concluded that "all subtypes of COVID-19 vaccines – including mRNA, viral vector and inactivated viral vaccines – were associated with optic neuropathy. The temporal association between vaccine administration and the development of optic neuropathies in these cases makes a causal link plausible."
San Antonio-based ophthalmologist Dr. Lynell Lowry, meanwhile, told the Epoch Times that she has seen more unusual eye problems since the COVID-19 shots were rolled out.
"A lot of folks are coming in with a visual disturbance that we can't explain," she said. "One patient kept seeing whirls of light in her vision. She was about six weeks post-vaccination when she finally came to see me." Lowry also shared that another patient experienced double vision within 24 hours of getting her first COVID-19 vaccine dose.
"I have never in my life thought to ask about vaccine status. Now it's a standard question."
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