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Army admits veteran suffered Covid vaccine injury ‘in the line of duty’: Report

Montana, and 44 other states, allows religious exemptions from immunization requirements for school-age children. (Dreamstime/TNS)
June 25, 2024

The US Army reportedly admitted that a young veteran who suffered a vaccine injury was injured “in the line of duty.”

According to an interview conducted by investigative reporter Catherine Herridge, Karolina Stancik, 24, said she took two shots of the Moderna vaccine that caused debilitating injuries.

“BREAKING: Army and National Guard accused of abandoning 24-year-old soldier with ‘debilitating heart condition’ that internal memo ‘linked’ to COVID-19 mRNA vaccine,” Herridge wrote on X, formerly Twitter.

Stancik was discharged as a result of her injuries, but the Army reportedly refused to pay for her medical treatment. Her injuries included complications involving her heart.

The veteran said the Army subsequently sent her a letter in which the service admitted her vaccine injury occurred “in the line of duty.”

Stancik, who was given the shots in March and April of 2021, said she was diagnosed with postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome.

According to Cleveland Clinic, the condition “causes a number of symptoms when you transition from lying down to standing up, such as a fast heart rate, dizziness and fatigue.”

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“While there’s no cure, several treatments and lifestyle changes can help manage the symptoms of POTS,” the clinic’s website states.

Since taking two doses of the Moderna vaccine, Stancik said she has suffered multiple heart attacks and a mini-stroke. She was also given a pacemaker to support her heart.

Herridge said documents show the US Army admitted Stancik’s condition “is considered In Line of Duty by the preponderance of evidence in lieu of a Line of Duty Investigation.”

Herridge said Stancik is now facing $70,000 in medical debt.

GiveSendGo established to help Stancik has raised nearly $50,000.