A National Guard Soldier was told he had to get the vaccine or he’d be kicked out, ending the on-going medical board process for a line-of-duty injury. He was told if he didn’t get the shot, he’d even lose the VA benefits he was authorized based on the in-service injury from 2016. He’d also lose his security clearance, resulting in the loss of his civilian job.
So he got the shot. Soon he had adverse reactions and went to the emergency room via ambulance where they could not find the cause of his symptoms. Therefore, they advised him not to get the second dose. He still has persistent shortness of breath, memory issues, and other symptoms. After all of this, the Tennessee National Guard is still attempting to force the soldier to get the second COVID vaccine shot.
“I don’t know what to do. I still don’t want to get the second shot after everything that’s happened, but I have to take care of my family’s future. I just don’t know what to do,” he said.
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