The doctor made a mistake by bunching the skin prior to the shot


That’s how mRNA gets into the bloodstream


Improper technique in mRNA injection





Skin bunching significantly increased the skin-to-muscle distance in all subjects.


Conclusions: Skin bunching will prevent adequate intramuscular injection of vaccines in a small percentage of persons, but as hundreds of millions are expected to receive mRNA vaccines in the coming months, the multiplied result can have significant personal and societal consequences for millions of people globally, especially in obese populations, and therefore this practice should be strictly discouraged.




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