On the day the Metro reported Health Secretary Matt Hancock said
‘I’m very very worried about this. It’s a responsibility on everybody to get vaccinated. It’s good for you and your family, but it’s also good for your neighbour.’

They also reported this story.

A teenage girl who says she was left paralysed by a vaccine is trying to raise £10,000 for therapy after becoming suicidal. Ruby Shallom, 18, received jabs to vaccinate her against human papillomavirus (HPV) in 2014. Over the following two years, she became extremely sick, losing her appetite and fainting repeatedly, while suffering from chronic headaches and fatigue. By 2016, she became so weak she couldn’t walk at all and developed total numbness from the waist down. The schoolgirl was diagnosed with functional neurological disorder (FND) – a neurological condition which affects how the brain receives signals from the body.

Read more: https://metro.co.uk/2019/04/26/teen-girl-paralysed-by-hpv-vaccine-in-battle-for-therapy-to-save-her-life-9324149/?ito=cbshare

I wonder what Matt Hancock thinks about this? Probably whatever he is paid to think about it.

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