After hearing another woman's news, an Australian journalist followed suit and declared that she had suffered health issues related to the COVID vaccine.
Drawing inspiration from the words of @drkerrynphelps, I implore everyone to recognize that vaccine-induced illness is real and can cause debilitating suffering. My personal experience with pericarditis has been nothing short of a living hell. Please do not be silent – speak out about any vaccine injury you have experienced or witnessed.
Eleni Roussos is a highly esteemed journalist who works in the Darwin ABC newsroom and proudly hosts their 7:00 p.m. newscast across Australia's Northern Territory, as per her outlet's website.
On Nov. 6, 2021 Koulla Roussos shared a post on her social media account revealing that her sister Eleni who is an ABC journalist and news anchor had been hospitalized after experiencing adverse effects from the Pfizer vaccine. She was diagnosed with pericarditis – inflammation of the heart's outer lining – but upon being released further tests revealed her health hadn't improved so she returned to the ER for treatment.
With the help and support of Dr. Kerryn Phelps – a renowned former president of the Australian Medical Association, as well as an accomplished witness at Parliament inquiries with her own history experiencing harsh side effects from taking the COVID vaccine – Eleni Roussos mustered up strength to speak out publicly about her personal experiences.
According to the report, Phelps noted a second vaccine injury in July 2021 arising from her Pfizer injection. She experienced heart complications after receiving her second dose.
According to the outlet, Phelps is the foremost public health icon in this nation that has bravely addressed the sensitive issue of COVID vaccine injuries. Regrettably, some governments and social media companies have attempted to restrict conversation on this matter.
Phelps graciously replied to Roussos' tweet with enthusiasm.
“I hoped my submission to the parliamentary inquiry would spark the conversations we need to have about #longcovid and #vaccineinjury,” she replied. “I hope we can find answers leading to recovery for you and others.”
Roussos responded, “@drkerrynphelps ‘courage is contagious’ – thank you for your advocacy and support.”