ABC News Australia Journalist Reveals She Developed Heart Condition Due to Covid Vaccine

by J Pelkey
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A reporter for ABC News Australia has broken her silence after suffering a heart condition after receiving the COVID vaccination.

Eleni Roussos, a journalist in the Darwin ABC newsroom and also the presenter of ABC’s flagship 7 PM News in the Northern Territory, revealed that she developed pericarditis after receiving her first dose of Pfizer Covid vaccine, describing it as “a living hell.”

Koulla Roussos, Eleni’s sister, explained in a Facebook post last year that Eleni had been hospitalized and diagnosed with pericarditis (inflammation of the heart’s outer lining) and hence was unable to attend the NT Media awards ceremony.

Eleni Roussos said that former AMA President Kerryn Phelps’ decision to go public with her own personal suffering had encouraged her to do the same.

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“Inspired by ⁦[Dr. Kerryn Phelps] today I want to say I too have been in a living hell with pericarditis because of the Covid vaccine,” Roussos tweeted.

“Vaccine injuries are real and serious and I sincerely hope more people will speak up,” she continued.

Former Australian Medical Association President, Dr. Kerryn Phelps, revealed the “devastating” side effects she and her wife experienced after receiving the Covid vaccine. She criticized regulators for their attempts to control the public by threatening the doctors.

Professor Kerryn Phelps was an outspoken advocate of mass Covid vaccinations for both adults and kids.

She said the true number of adverse events is much greater than reported, citing underreporting and “threats” from medical authorities.

Dr. Phelps responded to Roussos’ tweet, “I hoped my submission to the parliamentary inquiry would spark the conversations we need to have about long covid and vaccine injury. I hope we can find answers leading to recovery for you and others.”

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