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‘I Felt Like I Was Dying’: News Photographer Injured by COVID Booster Is on Mission to Change Vaccine Policy

In an interview with The Defender, Minneapolis photojournalist Craig Norkus described the debilitating health issues he experienced after his second COVID-19 booster shot, the months of misdiagnoses and how he finally found effective alternative treatments.

Craig Norkus, a veteran Minneapolis television news photojournalist, was an ultra-fit and muscular amateur athlete until shortly after his second Moderna mRNA COVID-19 booster shot in November 2022.

Just days after the shot, Norkus began experiencing headaches and sinus drainage along with hot and cold flashes. He didn’t think much of it.

However, by Thanksgiving, his condition had taken a dramatic nosedive. He began experiencing extreme exhaustion, muscle weakness and mental fog. By late December, he had to request disability leave from his job.

“It was a sudden, weird change — an oppressive agony,” he said. “All of a sudden, I felt like I was dying,” he said.

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