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Argentinian reporter Carlos Ferrara suffered an apparent heart attack and collapsed during a live news broadcast on Thursday.

Ferrara was reporting outside a COVID testing center in Buenos Aires, when he suddenly collapsed while speaking to a colleague.

At the end of the segment, Ferrara said to Channel 9 host Claudio Perez, "Sorry Claudio, sorry."

Claudio asked "What happened? What happened?" as the camera panned to Ferrara lying face down on the sidewalk. A small pool of blood spreads outward from Ferrara's head.

Claudio shouted "No!" then composed himself and said, "Well, Carlos had some difficulty. They will surely attend to him. We are going to make a cut."

Ferrara is the latest reporter to collapse during a live broadcast.

Last week, Brazilian reporter Rafael Silva, 36, collapsed while hosting "Alterosa." The camera quickly cut away to pre-filmed footage while the TV crew rushed to Silva's side.
 

According to Mediate.com, Silva suffered 5 heart attacks in the ambulance on the way to the hospital.

Both journalists reportedly received Covid-19 mRNA injections before suffering heart attacks.

Previously, Silva announced that he had received the third booster shot on Dec. 28. It isn't clear when Ferrara received his booster.

The incidents of reporters collapsing on air is beginning to strike fear in the hearts of news reporters everywhere.

"Another isolated case of illness in a young boy with no history of health problems," Federal Deputy Carla Zambelli tweeted along with a video of the incident.

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Comedian, actor, and TV host Bob Saget was found dead in an Orlando hotel room on Sunday evening. He was 65.

Police responded to a 911 call from staff at the Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes, and found Saget deceased in his room just after 4 p.m.

There were no signs of foul play or drugs found in the room.

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Saget was best known for his television roles as Danny Tanner on the ABC sitcom Full House (1987–1995) and its Netflix sequel Fuller House (2016–2020). He also hosted America's Funniest Home Videos from 1989 to 1997.

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Saget was on tour in Florida when he died. He had performed a stand-up comedy set in Jacksonville the previous night.

In 2020, Saget launched a podcast titled "Bob Saget's Here For You". While taking a call from a fan 6 weeks ago, Saget confirmed he had received the Covid-19 mRNA booster shot.

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Saget leaves behind his wife of 3 years, Kelly Rizzo, and three children by his ex-wife, Sherri Kramer.

Rizzo, who is 23 years younger than Saget, recently told her Twitter followers she was "vaccine hesitant."

There is rampant speculation on Twitter that Saget's sudden death was related to the vaccine.

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Moderna CEO warns Americans may need a 5th mRNA booster shot in the fall since previous boosters lose effectiveness.

Stephane Bancel, the CEO of Moderna, spoke on Thursday at a Goldman Sachs conference of healthcare professionals, DailyMail.com reported.

Bancel said a 5th mRNA booster is necessary in the fall because 3rd and 4th booster shots administered this fall was "not going to hold great".

"I still believe we're going to need boosters in the fall of '22 and forward," Bancel said.

He said a vaccine in development to combat the mild Omicron variant will not be ready in the next few months.

Bancel added the elderly and those with underlying health conditions might need annual booster shots for the rest of their lives.

"We have been saying that we believe first this virus is not going away," Bancel said.

"We're going to have to live with it."

In related news, the CDC changed the definition of "fully vaccinated" to "up to date".

"We are now recommending that individuals stay up to date with additional doses that they are eligible for," said CDC Director Rochelle Walensky on Wednesday.

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White House advisor Anthony Fauci says a fourth booster shot will be necessary in the new year to combat the mild Omicron variant.

"It's conceivable that, sooner or later, that everybody will have been infected and/or vaccinated or boosted," Fauci told Axios.

"When you get to that point, unless you have a very bizarre variant come in that evades all protection — which would be unusual — then I think you could get to that point where you have this at a steady level."

Fauci also warned that airline CEOs should not consider ending the face mask policy. Major airlines are reconsidering their face mask policies amid ongoing mask-related violence aboard planes.

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Patricia Cornwall was arrested Thursday by the FBI after she slapped and spat on an 80-year-old passenger who pulled his mask down to eat.

Cornwall, who also pulled her mask down, was seen on cell phone video yelling at the man to "put on your f---king mask". Passengers restrained Cornwall in the back of the plane until the Delta flight from Tampa landed in Atlanta.

Cornwall, who is still in FBI custody, had an initial hearing on Monday at the Federal Courthouse in Atlanta.
 

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In late 2020 and early 2021, Americans were told if they were "fully vaccinated" they would not get infected with the Covid-19 virus and their lives would return to normal.

A compilation video has preserved the original vaccine narrative for those who've forgotten.

Here are some quotes from the video -- in case it's deleted. These quotes are from early 2021. Compare these quotes with what they are telling you today.

"You're okay. You're not gonna get COVID if you have these vaccines."

"Vaccinated people do not carry the virus, don't get sick."

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"Everyone who takes the vaccines is not just protecting themselves, but reducing their transmission to other people and allowing society to get back to normal."

"Our key goal is to stop the transmission, to get the immunity levels up, so that you get almost no infection going on whatsoever."

"When people are vaccinated, they can feel safe that they are not gonna get infected."

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"If you're vaccinated, you're not gonna be hospitalized, you're not gonna be in an ICU unit, and you're not gonna die."

"If you are fully vaccinated, you no longer need to wear a mask."

"Anyone who is fully vaccinated can participate in indoor and outdoor activities - large or small - without wearing a mask or physical distancing."

As the original narrative began to fail miserably, health officials and the Biden administration changed the narrative.

The new narrative became -- no one ever said the vaccine would stop transmission of the virus.

The CDC even changed longstanding definitions of "vaccine" and "immunity" to fit their new narrative.

Now they want you to believe vaccines don't stop the transmission of a virus or prevent infection. They claim mRNA vaccines just lessen your symptoms.

Imagine if the polio vaccine was an mRNA vaccine.

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Former President Donald Trump angered his supporters when he touted the safety and effectiveness of the Covid-19 mRNA vaccines.

The crowd booed when Trump confirmed he got the booster shot in a discussion with former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly during the final stop of their "History Tour" in Dallas on Sunday.

"Both the president and I are vaxxed," O'Reilly said, as the audience booed and jeered.

"Did you get the booster?" O'Reilly asked Trump. "Yes," Trump responded. "I got it, too," O'Reilly said, as the boos escalated.

"Don't! Don't! Don't! Don't! Don't!" Trump said.
 

The former president took credit for fast-tracking the mRNA vaccine during his final days in office.

"Look, we did something that was historic. We saved tens of millions of lives worldwide. We together, all of us -- not me, we -- we got a vaccine done, three vaccines done, and tremendous therapeutics. This was going to ravage the country far beyond what it is right now. Take credit for it. Take credit for it... Don't let them take it away. Don't take it away from ourselves."

"You're playing right into their hands when you sort of like, 'Oh the vaccine.' If you don't want to take it, you shouldn't be forced to take it. No mandates," he said, as the crowd cheered.

Twitter users expressed outrage and vowed to vote for Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis in the Republican primaries next year.
 

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Pfizer-BioNTech is testing a 3-dose vaccine for 2-5 year olds after data showed the 2-dose mRNA vaccines were ineffective in that age group.

The extended research will delay mRNA vaccines for 2-5 year olds until 2022, Pfizer said in a statement on Friday.

The announcement means Pfizer won't have to present data to regulators until the first half of 2022, NBC News reports.

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Earlier this month, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla, a Greek veterinarian, said the company would have data on 2-5 year olds by the end of the year.

In a news release on Friday, Pfizer said two doses generated a strong immune response in children under 2, but not in children ages 2 to under 5.

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"We have decided to modify each of the pediatric studies to incorporate a third dose to the series and seek licensure for a three-dose series rather than a two-dose series as originally anticipated," Kathrin Jansen, Pfizer's head of vaccine research, said on a conference call with investors on Friday.

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Nearly 100% of NFL players are fully vaccinated, but Covid-19 cases are surging across the league.

In a memo on Thursday, the NFL announced drastic changes in its COVID protocol to address the surge in cases.

The changes include eliminating in-person meals and requiring more face masks among players on and off the field.

In the memo, the league announced the drastic changes to "address the increase in cases and the advent of the Omicron variant."

According to TMZ, the league is also ordering teams to conduct remote or outdoor meetings, as well as ban outside visitors on road trips.

Players and coaches on nearly every team have tested positive for COVID despite being fully vaccinated.

Players like Jalen Ramsey, Odell Beckham Jr. and Baker Mayfield have all been sidelined this week due to positive Covid-19 tests, TMZ reports.

In the memo, officials addressed the need for more mRNA boosters: "We will continue to strongly encourage booster shots as the most effective protection."
 

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A New Zealand man got 10 Covid-19 mRNA injections on the same day on behalf of other people who paid him.

The unidentified man visited multiple vaccination centers and received injections and coveted vaccination cards in the names of people who wanted "to enjoy the privileges granted to vaccinated people".

The man who received 10 doses of mRNA vaccine would likely feel unwell, according to the country's Ministry of Health.

A health expert called the anti-vaxxers "unbelievably selfish" and said they took advantage of someone in need of money, the New Zealand Herald reported.

New Zealand Ministry of Health vaccine program manager Astrid Koornneef told Stuff that the department was "aware of the issue".

"We are taking this matter very seriously. We are very concerned about this situation and are working with the appropriate agencies," she said.

"If you know of someone who has had more vaccine doses than recommended, they should seek clinical advice as soon as practicable," Koornneef said.

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Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla, a Greek veterinarian, said a fourth Covid-19 booster shot will be necessary to combat the mild symptoms of the Omicron variant.

In an interview with CNBC on Wednesday, Bourla cited clinical research that shows the Omicron variant can suppress antibodies produced by the mRNA vaccine.

"When we see real-world data... I think we will need a fourth dose," Bourla told CNBC.

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Pfizer's attorneys sparked outrage when they asked a court to delay releasing their clinical research and vaccine data for 55 years.

Bourla, a veterinarian, previously projected a fourth shot would be required 12 months after the third booster shot and that booster shots will be required annually.

"With omicron we need to see because we have very little information. We may need it faster," he said.

Bourla said his vaccines have saved the global economy "trillions of dollars." He suggested companies that enforce vaccine mandates will reap "financial reward."

"I think it's a strong incentive for innovation for the next pandemic," Bourla said. "That people will see that if they step up to the game to bring something that saves lives, that saves it money, there's also financial reward."

He added: "We didn't do it for that, but I think it's a good thing that there is a financial reward.

Pfizer is expected to earn over $35 billion in mRNA vaccine sales this year.

Twitter users slammed Bourla's 4th dose prediction as a need for a "fourth yacht."