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It is alleged that a 16 year old developed rare skin disease after being vaccinated


In the accident, a 16-year-old girl regrets being vaccinated at her university after reacting badly to the vaccine. Since then, however, photos of her have flooded social media after she posted on Facebook to share her vaccine failure. 

Taken together, Mzansi considered the matter and shared a few words of encouragement and wisdom. The girl was identified as Minenhle Longelo Vumendlini. 

A college student made it clear that in this case she would not receive a second injection. It was found that she initially began to experience abnormal pain, especially in her back.

Pain forced her to limit her movements after a few hours when she began to react. She had a tumor all over her back. 

However, she also saw how her face reacted and somehow lost her beauty along the way. After this incident, the Ministry of Health has not yet released new information to Mzansi.

At this point, no investigation has yet been initiated or heard to establish whether it was indeed a vaccine or something else that triggered a reaction. 

Recently reported no vaccines, no alcohol: Mzansi responds to the new Alcohol Directive. Mzansi is not reckless about the new directive on the sale of alcohol.

A few hours ago, news outlets circulated a new drug that prohibits unvaccinated citizens from having access to alcohol. 

However, the new directive has since divided Mzasi, Many questions have been asked, is this really the president? If we remember, President Ramaphosa said no one is being forced to vaccinate or do it in secret. 

The proposed new directive runs counter to the President's speech to Mzansi during the renewal of the national immunization program. 

This may be a new way to increase vaccination coverage given the low attendance of immunization programs. South African eNCA media reported that a directive has been introduced to prohibit access to alcohol by unvaccinated citizens.

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Minenhle Longelo Vumendlini. Mzansi


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