search icon
Facts Matter (Sept. 14): 16-Year-Old Teen Had Heart Attack After Pfizer Shot, Receives $225K Settlement From Government

On Monday, an international group of vaccine experts, including officials from both the FDA and the WHO, published an article that states that there is no evidence suggesting that the general population needs to get vaccine booster shots.

In Singapore, a 16-year-old boy who suffered a heart attack just days after getting the Pfizer vaccine was just awarded a $225,000 settlement from the Singapore government—after they determined that what happened to him was very likely an adverse reaction to the shot.

Meanwhile, in America, the director of the CDC just announced that they are in the process of approving the vaccine for children aged 11 to 15 years old.

Lastly, a hospital system in Michigan just released a statement saying that if workers can prove that they have natural immunity—meaning that they have their own, natural antibodies—then they are not subject to the vaccine mandate.


Sekur (promo code: Roman): 

🔵 Boosters: 

🔵 Singapore: 

🔵 Young kids: 

🔵 Michigan: 

🔵 Emory Study: 

🔵 Israel Study: 

🔵 Israel article: 

Stay tuned for our newsletter so you won’t miss out on our exclusive videos and private events.

Facts Matter is an Epoch Times show available on YouTube.

Follow Roman on Instagram: @epoch.times.roman

Follow EpochTV on social media: