Many New Zealanders have had Pfizer's COMIRNATY COVID-19 shots because they were mandatory in their workplace or because they felt the need to 'fit in' with their team. Some people believed the government's “safe and effective” messaging and were happy to take the shots, while others were aware of Medsafe's adverse reaction data [1] and anticipated being harmed.

This interview is with a caregiver who suffers from severe allergic reactions to injections. Joanne [not real name] expects to be seriously harmed by the COVID booster shot, perhaps even killed. In spite of this, her employer, a major healthcare provider, has advised her that until she gets the booster shot, she will be parked on unpaid leave.

Can you tell us a little bit about yourself and what your health was like before you got the Pfizer COVID-19 shots?

Well, my health was pretty good. I'm pretty healthy on the whole. I don't have any medical conditions. I don't have diabetes, a heart condition or asthma. My body is falling apart though from arthritis and stuff, but my organs are fine. I'm 54-years-old. I'm pro-vaccine, but I'm anti-vaccine mandate. I believe we should have the freedom to choose what we put into our own body.”

What were the circumstances that led you to get your first Pfizer COVID-19 shot?

My job. I thought I'd get it before it was mandated because I wanted to keep my clients safe - as safe as I can. I decided to have it for that reason.”

Who do you work for?

I work for [a major healthcare provider in New Zealand that provides rehabilitation and disability support services].

When and where did you have your first Pfizer COVID-19 shot?

The first one was on the 8th of June last year at the vaccination centre at Semenoff Stadium in Whangarei. It was administered by a nurse. I don't think she used the *aspiration technique.

After it, I was wheelchaired out of the building, because I couldn't walk out on my own. I had the worst case of vertigo I've ever had. Every time I looked up, I wanted to vomit and it took three days before I could get out of bed without vomiting.”


Do you believe the first COVID-19 shot has affected your health in the long-term?

"Yes, I think it's made me more hypersensitive to other vaccinations, as well."

When and where did you have the second COVID shot and what symptoms did you suffer from after it?

I had the second one on the 30th of June, [2021]. I decided to have it done at my GP's, as I wanted to be somewhere where they could look after me in case I suffered from a serious adverse reaction, which I did. Almost immediately after the second COVID shot, I had almost a mimic of a heart attack. I had really bad chest pains. I felt like someone was sitting on top of me. It felt as if my throat was closing up.”

What was your GP's response to your symptoms?

He filled out a C.A.R.M. [Centre for Adverse Reactions Monitoring] form to report the adverse reaction. The last C.A.R.M. report he filled out states that I'm hypersensitive."

Did he advise you against having another COVID shot?


Have you had severe allergic reactions to other types of injections?

"Yes. I had the first Hepatitis B vaccine in April or May, 2021 and was told it didn't work, so I was told I had to get the Hepatitis B boosters, of which I had one, about 2 months ago. This means I had the first Hepatitis B booster after the second COVID shot."

"I had an anaphylactic reaction to the Hepatitis B booster at the doctor's rooms and was taken to Whangarei Base Hospital. I ended up having an adrenaline shot.

Because I had that severe reaction, the GP said that he will not give me a COVID booster at his rooms. He said he wants me to go to the hospital and have it done there, as they'll be able to look after me if I have another anaphylactic reaction.”

Dr Charles Hoffe reported that 62% of patients who received a COVID jab, tested positive for blood clots using a D-Dimer test, [2]. Have you had any blood tests done after the COVID shots and if so, what did they show?

No, I haven't had blood tests done after the COVID shots.”

What treatments have you used to help you with the symptoms associated with the shots?

I've used Prednisone and a Ventalin inhaler to open everything back up again. These worked well after the second COVID shot.” [Prednisone, a corticosteroid, is used to treat many illnesses associated with inflammation.  While it treats the symptoms, it does not cure the underlying cause(s)].

Were you aware of the undisclosed nanotechnology discovered in Pfizer COVID-19 vials in New Zealand, [3]?

"No, I wasn't."

Are you getting a COVID booster shot?

I have to because it's mandated for my job. I keep getting messages from my work: 'You need to get your booster', 'You need to get your booster,' 'You need to get your booster'.

But your employer has a duty of care to protect you from harm in the workplace according to the Health and Safety Act, 2015. Your employer is contravening this Act, [4].

"A lady in Human Resources (HR) that I spoke to about my hypersensitivity to vaccines, was not interested.  They appear to believe that they have to abide by the government's rules."

"Each vaccine reaction I've had has been worse than the one before and because I won't have the COVID booster by February the 14th, I will be stood down by my employer."

"Under the government's rules, I can apply for a vaccine exemption, although I don't know if this will be accepted by my employer, as I heard that another lady who suffered from severe reactions to vaccines, who got an exemption, was let go, anyway."

What did the last communication from your employer state?

"The HR department advised that they won't be terminating me, because I have tried to have the mandated COVID shots. However, they are going to park me on unpaid leave, until I get the COVID booster."


(At the time of writing, a retired ACC Advocate, named Jeannette Brock has advised Joanne to put in a claim to ACC).


Notes: Coerced consent is not the same as legally and ethically required and acquired informed consent. (See: THE NEW ZEALAND DECLARATION FOR INFORMED CONSENT at

For further information visit the New Zealand Doctors Speaking Out With Science website at and the Voices For Freedom website at We have a right to resist "vaccine" mandates and we have an obligation and duty to do so.


The interview was conducted on the 11th February, 2022.

*The aspiration technique is used for intramuscular injections to ensure syringe contents are not injected directly into blood vessels, as this can be exceedingly dangerous. The technique involves a syringe needle being put into a muscle and the administrator pulling the syringe plunger back to see if blood is being sucked into the syringe. If it is, the needle is repositioned.



1. Adverse events following immunisation with COVID-19 vaccines: Safety Report #39 – 31 December 2021,


2. Shock: Doctor Warns That Majority Of Vaccinated Patients Could Have Permanent Heart Damage, Some May Die Within Three Years, July, 2021,


3. It’s a Small World: Micro-tech in the Jabs?, Feb 8, 2022,

4. Chris Lind: Pfizer Covid Jab Safety Data Sheet Exposes It As Untested, Uncertified & Unregulated, Nov 16, 2021,



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