Man Claims to Have Caught Ebola from Flu Shot

  • 399
    Shares

DALLAS, TX – Local resident Sam Worthington is claiming to have contracted Ebola from his yearly flu shot.  The irony is found in contracting a rare deadly disease, Ebola, while being vaccinated against the deadliest viruses on earth, the flu.  Influenza has killed many more people this year than Ebola.  “Did you know the CDC has the patent on Ebola?” he told reporters. “They are trying to control the population this year by placing Ebola in the flu vaccine.  I read that online.  I think it was WebMD, Dr. Oz, or Illuminati health.  Why else would you get a flu shot?  Those sneaky bastards!”

His symptoms range from mild feelings of fatigue to a cough he’s had for 8 weeks prior to receiving the flu shot.  When the patient was taken to Google and shown what Ebola really looks like, he changed his tune.

“Oh, that’s not Ebola?  Well, I think I’m coming down with adult onset autism then.  Are these vaccines even safe?  Where’s my lawyer?”

image_pdfimage_print
  • Lord Lockwell

    Lord Vincent Lockwell, a medival surgeon, started Gomerblog in 1388. He went for a walk in the alps to get away from the bubonic plague in what is now considered southren Germany when a tragic acident occured. The avalanche did not kill him but froze him for over 500 years. He was thawed and now continues to report on medical news.

  • Show Comments

  • Avatar
    Dr John G Hughes

    It’s a worry that we all know people who actually think like this!

  • Avatar
    David DeLeon

    It isn’t your fault if they don’t notice where it says “EARTH’S FINEST MEDICAL SATIRE NEWS SITE”.

  • Avatar
    husaria

    Well, it’s on the internet so….it has to be true!

  • Avatar
    Rocco Arcieri

    Well, I did get a wart.

  • Avatar
    Viet Barnes Do

    Must be reading the CDC posts and those Lyme fanatics.

  • Avatar
    Bob B Bopp

    It turned me into a newt!

    I got better.

  • Avatar
    Joshua Livingston

    Hahaha adult onset autism

  • Avatar
    Emily Wilson

    Carmel Walsh-Stansfield Kellie Wight Justin Neil Edwards

  • Avatar
    Emily Wilson

    Carmel Walsh-Stansfield Kellie Wight Justin Neil Edwards

  • Avatar
    Rocco Arcieri

    I heard also caused autism and chronic Lyme

  • Avatar
    Kelly Hemken

    Too funny! I would have shared this post, but too many people would have actually believed it. Thanks for making me a laugh. I know it’s only a matter of time for a patient actually tells me this, though.

  • Avatar
    Ben Paulson

    Sounds true to me

  • Avatar
    Stuart Damon

    Oh, the humanity!

  • Avatar
    Eric Andrews

    Don’t give my patients any ideas…

  • Avatar
    Stephen Matthew Burke

    I think I might be Facebook friends with this guy

  • Avatar
    Jessie Bozelka

    Ben Paulson

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

comment *

  • name *

  • email *

  • website *

You May Also Like

hypertension guidelines

Labile Guidelines: ACC/AHA Hypertension Cutoff Now 180/100

226SharesWASHINGTON, D.C. – Last month, several societies including the American College of Cardiology (ACC) ...

drive thru

Urgent Care to Install Drive Thru Window

5.2KSharesATLANTA, GA – An urgent care center in Atlanta, GA will be the first ...

RxCupid a New Dating Site for Patients

467SharesPALO ALTO, CA – A new dating site has received its initial funding, called ...

Middle School Dance Put on Contact Precautions

82SharesFollowing the shocking display of “grinding” at last Fall’s Homecoming dance, local Gandy Middle ...