Governments around the world mostly rely on U.S. studies about the effectiveness of the vaccine, until then, the U.S. agencies give the world a go signal to have the experimental vaccine rolled out.

However, as the vaccination train rolls on, tales of horrifying side effects continue to pile up. The mainstream media reports only on these cases in isolation, if at all, deliberately ignoring the wider pattern of serious blood clots directly linked to vaccination.

At this point, the evidence seems deniable only when these cases are not looked at together as a group.

One of the victims of these side effects is a 39-year-old wife Mrs. Cícera Santos, she is a mother-of-two who was a happy, carefree mother before receiving the experimental Pfizer COVID-19 jab.

Santos had her left leg amputated just 1 week after receiving the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. She took the shot on Wednesday, August 25th. She was hospitalized 4 days later with venous thrombosis in her left leg.

The thrombosis was so severe that doctors had no other option but to amputate her left leg below the knee. Santos is now seeking answers for her sudden horror injury.

Although Santos was never a frequent social media user before, she now uses her platform to warn others about life-threatening adverse reactions.

The COVID Blog give us more details of the story:

Her August 18 Instagram photo looks like she’s working in an office.

Mrs. Santos displayed her signature smile with braces, and just seemed to be a happy woman with close family and friends. The foregoing photo has great significance because it’s the last time Mrs. Santos would don that bright, carefree smile on Instagram.

Mrs. Santos received her first Pfizer mRNA injection on August 25, according to her Instagram page. It’s unclear if the shot was mandated by her employer. But she appears to be wearing a work uniform in the photo of her receiving the injection.

Mrs. Santos didn’t post the photo/video on August 25 when she received the shot. In fact her next Instagram updates were on September 20, nearly a month after the injection. One September 20 post is of her and her husband together. The other one is her husband and one of their sons. Her next update on September 30 was a video montage of family photos, as if she was reminiscing about some former bright, beautiful time in her life. And that’s exactly what it was.

The first time she posted the vaccine photo was October 15. Then she told her full story on October 21. Mrs. Santos reported feeling pain at the injection site on the day of the shot (August 25). Her left leg started swelling up on August 28. Mrs. Santos reported “very strong” stomach pains and excruciating pain in her left leg on September 2. She went to Araguatins Hospital that day. But doctors couldn’t figure out the problem. They gave her pain medication and sent her to a hospital in Augustinópolis.

Doctors gave her morphine and blood thinners. They performed an ultrasound on September 3. By this time her left foot was swollen and turning purple.

An ultrasound revealed Santos had venous thrombosis in her left leg and she was transferred to another hospital in Araguaína. Doctors tried clearing the blood clots from her leg but informed her on September 5th that her leg needed to be amputated.

The COVID World added her message posted on Instagram:

“Hi guys, these are some pictures of what I’ve been through after taking the covid-19 vaccine. I was affected by venous thrombosis in my left leg just a week after the vaccine. Right now we’re doing additional tests for more information. I was a healthy person before this and I never had problems with my blood circulation.

I need help, whoever can help, please reach out. My name is RAIMUNDA CÍCERA ALVES DOS SANTOS and if you want more information about my story, then you can call my phone number (PIX 63 991056787). God bless you all.”

Santos shared her tragic story in this video (no translation): Watch it here: Direto Notícias/Youtube

Sources: WLT, The COVID World,

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