FAKE NEWS DIDI BLAMES COVID VAXX FOR ELBOW ISSUES, SUCKY YEAR!

By Jenny Masters

The Inky’s Matt Breen spoke with Paul Offit, a vaccine expert at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, who said that no vaccines, including those for COVID-19, could cause pseudogout.

“It has nothing to do with the vaccine,” he said.

It is possible, Breen posits, that a vaccine could cause a flare of pseudogout if Gregorius already had it and didn’t know about it. However, the flare would only last a few days. A flare lasting months “doesn’t make any sense.”

“Some people say it’s from the vaccine. I will say it’s likely from that, too,” Gregorius told the Inky. “But when you say that, everyone looks at you like you’re stupid because the vaccine is not supposed to be like that or give you that reaction.”

“Some people say it’s from the vaccine. I will say it’s likely from that, too,” Gregorius told The Inquirer before Wednesday’s game. “But when you say that, everyone looks at you like you’re stupid because the vaccine is not supposed to be like that or give you that reaction.”

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