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Firefighters Say They’re Seeing ‘Large Numbers’ of Vaccine Complications

By Dr. Joseph Mercola | October 10, 2021

Firefighters in Orange County, Florida, say they are responding to calls from large numbers of people with COVID-19 vaccine injuries, but central Florida hospitals say that’s not true.

So who is telling the truth? A local TV station decided to follow up after listening to firefighters’ comments in a county commission meeting.

“On a daily basis, dispatch receives an excessive amount of 911 calls regarding vaccine reactions,” firefighter Jason Wheat told the commissioners. Another first responder, Wendy Williams, added, “I transport more people, more Central Florida brothers and sisters, that are vaccinated with issues, adverse reactions or with COVID than I do unvaccinated.”

Yet, when asked about it, Dr. Tim Hendrix with AdventHealth Centra Care said it’s “a very safe vaccine” and denied seeing increased reactions or visits to the emergency room. Orlando Health, on the other hand, refused to answer the question directly, instead giving a generic comment supporting the use of the vaccine.

When the TV station asked to see 911 call records, they were told they were not available because they don’t classify incoming calls.

October 10, 2021 - Posted by | Aletho News | ,


  1. When people in Florida have an adverse reaction to a vaccine, why do they call the Firefighters?? In Australia, we call an Ambulance…….


    Comment by brianharryaustralia | October 10, 2021 | Reply

    • In the US, outside of major cities, medical emergency response is dispatched through the same chanels as fire response.


      Comment by aletho | October 10, 2021 | Reply

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