Thrombosis, or blood clots that block veins or arteries, is one of the complications of COVID-19. Research has found that the incidence rates of both arterial thrombosis and venous thrombosis increase significantly in COVID patients.
“The clue was the embalmers. The clue was the insurance companies. The embalmers never saw anything until midway in 2021. And then they started seeing these massive clots … It only started six months into the vaccination program,” says Steve Kirsch, the executive director of the Vaccine Safety Research Foundation. Kirsch argues there are two peaks of vaccine-related mortality: one is within weeks of vaccination, and one is about five or six months after vaccination.