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22-Year-Old Canadian Health Worker Crippled After First Moderna Dose Won’t Qualify for Provincial Vaccine Passport

A 22-year-old Canadian health worker in the Province of British Columbia who lost use of her legs and developed significant cognitive impairment after accepting the first dose of the Moderna Messenger RNA SARS-CoV-2 injection will not qualify for the provincial vaccine passport unless she takes the second jab.

In a Sept. 7 interview with Rebel News, Brenda and Rob Mallach, parents of 22-year-old Tenley Csolle, shared the story of their daughter’s experience.

Brenda described her daughter before her injury as an “active, vibrant, athletic young woman starting her career” as a rehab therapist assistant. Tenley had recently been engaged, and the couple had recently purchased a “fixer upper” home six months into her new career.

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