24-year-old Texas nurse – seizures, brain aneurysm two hours after J & J shot

April 12, 2021 By godfrey



MURPHY, TEXAS — A 24-year-old nurse and mother of two is home from the hospital after what she described as “the scariest moments of [her] life.”

Ms. Tabatha McDonald received the experimental Johnson & Johnson viral vector shot on Wednesday, April 7, according to her Facebook profile. Said post has since been deleted. She immediately experienced arm pain, followed by shortness of breath, chest pains and a 102 degree fever. That was followed by a trip to the emergency room and three seizures. She was transported to Baylor Scott & White Health, where she works as a certified medical assistant.