An Indian reporter appeared to pass out during a news broadcast this week.
In footage from Tuesday, Mauritius Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) Samachar News host Yatchna Mishra was covering UK Prime Minister Liz Truss’s meeting with Queen Elizabeth when the camera turned back to her and she suddenly fell over.
India: MBC Samachar News Journalist “Suddenly” Collapsed On September 6, 2022 pic.twitter.com/nigfJE3rzI
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A message obtained by Mauritius news site Defimedia.info, the MBC reportedly confirmed Mishra was doing well following the fainting spell. The report did not mention Mishra by name.
“An MBC presenter suddenly fainted on Tuesday, September 6, while presenting the newspaper in Hindustani,” Defimedia.info reported. “The video of the incident is making the rounds on social networks, causing concern among Internet users. We learn that she received treatment and that she is doing better.”
While it’s unclear what exactly happened to Mishra, her on-air loss of consciousness fits a similar pattern recently observed since the introduction of experimental Covid jabs wherein people have inexplicably fainted, many times on camera.
The issue was first observed on TV when a nurse in Tennessee fainted after receiving the Covid vaccine in December 2020.
A German TV interviewer also fainted earlier this year during a newscast just seconds after she pushed for mandatory vaccinations.
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That same month comedian Heather McDonald collapsed on-stage just moments after joking about getting vaxxed and boosted.
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Cameras were also rolling when Brazilian TV Alterosa journalist Rafael Silva, 36, fainted live on-air while presenting the news. The incident happened just three days after Silva celebrated receiving a third Covid vaccine dose.
Of course, as usual “causation doesn’t equal correlation” and there’s nothing to see here!