The girl, known only as Harper, received the Pfizer vaccine on Nov. 24. On the night of that same day, she was rushed to the intensive care unit (ICU) after suffering a stroke and brain hemorrhage. Her uncle, Barry Gewin from Pennsylvania, wrote about her situation on his personal Facebook account and kept people updated regarding her status.
"My beautiful, wonderful niece Harper. She is so precious and sweet. Please pray for her in Yeshua's mighty name for healing. She was given the injection 7 days ago, her first ever, and last night was taken to the ICU because she had a stroke and hemorrhaging in her brain," wrote Gewin on Nov. 25. "Thank you for your prayers. Yahweh please heal her. In Yeshua's name, Amen."
Gewin also reported that Harper's condition was caused by the Pfizer vaccine, which he called a "lethal injection" that is "pure evil." (Related: Injecting children with Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine is reckless and dangerous.)
Harper was "in quite a bit of pain and discomfort, and still very lethargic" on Nov. 25, according to his father. A day later, Gewin posted an update saying that she was "improving somewhat," and she may not need surgery.
On Nov. 29, Gewin posted a video of Harper walking. She walked [slowly] and had to be aided by a nurse, but the fact that she was out of bed and on her feet signaled to her family that she was on the mend.
But in a subsequent comment posted on Dec. 2, Gewin once again asked people to keep praying for Harper because she appeared to have relapsed. According to her father, she was not eating, drinking, walking or sitting up.
As of press time, Harper is back home with her family after spending nine days in the hospital.
"Harper went through hell, but she is now getting some relief. She had lost a lot of weight, but she is eating now and should be gaining it back," posted Gewin. He confirmed that it was the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine that she received prior to her hospitalization that caused her to have a stroke and brain hemorrhage.
As Harper continues to recover from her ordeal, COVID-19 vaccines for children continue to spread all over the world.
In Australia, the country's medicines regulator recently approved administering the Pfizer vaccine for children between the ages of five and 11. Minister of Health Greg Hunt claimed the rollout could begin as early as Jan. 10, 2022.
"We have made a careful, thorough assessment, determined that it is safe and effective and that it is in the interests of children and Australians for children five to 11 to be vaccinated," claimed Hunt.
There are around 2.3 million children in Australia that will soon qualify for the experimental and deadly vaccines.
In Canada, the nation's leaders are actively participating in the propaganda campaign to fool parents into thinking that the COVID-19 vaccine is safe for their children.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently shared a photo on his personal Instagram account. The photo is of himself, his wife and their seven-year-old son Hadrien at a vaccine clinic in Ottawa on Dec. 3.
"Sophie and I already got our shots – and today, Hadrien got his first one," said Trudeau. His wife, Sophie, claimed that they feel "relief and gratitude" because their child is now vaccinated.
Trudeau also led the way in getting the Canadian government to agree to fully vaccinate every child in the country between the ages of five and 11. The federal government has recently procured enough doses to fully vaccinate all Canadian children in that age group.
All 28 member-nations in the European Union have also committed to vaccinating five- to 11-year-olds. Some, like Italy and France, have already begun administering the vaccines. Many others will start vaccinating children in this age group by early 2022.
Dozens of other nations all over the world either have already started vaccinating children five to 11 or have committed to begin the mass vaccination program for them soon.
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