On Thursday morning, I was sitting at breakfast with my husband when I started having stroke like symptoms and was taken to the hospital. They found I had suffered a very small blood clot to my brain, which caused a small lack of oxygen, but my body had passed it on its own and I recovered completely within a few hours. Although this was definitely one of the scariest moments I’ve ever been through, I’m home now and doing well, and I’m so grateful and thankful to all the amazing doctors and nurses who took care of me!
Thank you to everyone who has reached out with well wishes and concern, and for all the support and love.
Hailey Bieber was hospitalized with a brain condition that doctors think may be COVID-related … sources close to Hailey tell TMZ.
We’re told Hailey was admitted to a Palm Springs area hospital a few days ago after suffering a “medical emergency.” We’re told it affected the way she moved, and the symptoms are typical for much older people.
Daily Mail added to this narrative, citing her husband’s recent bout with COVID-19:
Doctors were concerned that her symptoms might have been related to COVID-19, as her husband Justin recently had a bout with the virus.
Despite his illness, Justin is reportedly feeling fine now and has made a total recovery.
Hailey is now out of the hospital, though it’s unclear if her symptoms have abated at all.
Sources told the publication that she was doing ‘OK,’ but doctors are still at work to determine the cause of her illness.
However, many suspect a cover-up for adverse events related to the COVID-19 injection.
As Daily Mail noted, Hailey attended her husband’s concert Tuesday night, which was held at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles.
Crypto.com Arena has its COVID policies stated on the website:
By entering Crypto.com Arena, you agree to follow the current California Department of Public Health Guidelines for Indoor Mega Events. All guests age 2 and over are required to present either proof of full vaccination (two weeks since your final dose) or a negative COVID-19 test within 1 day for an antigen test or 2 days for a PCR test prior to entry into an event. A photo ID matching the vaccination or negative test record is required for all ticketed guests. Home test results are not accepted. Remember, if you’re not feeling well, please stay home!
Although Los Angeles has moved to lift its COVID-19 jab mandate for indoor venues, the move remains a work in progress.
As reported by the Los Angeles Times:
Los Angeles City Council members took the first step Wednesday toward lifting vaccine verification requirements at many indoor businesses, the latest in a slew of rule relaxations as the Omicron surge steadily fades.
While not yet final, the move would have a sweeping effect in the City of Angels: removing the mandate that establishments such as restaurants and bars, hair salons, gyms and movie theaters screen whether their indoor patrons are vaccinated against COVID-19.
The California Department of Public Health still requires proof of vaccination or a recent negative test at indoor mega-events — those with more than 1,000 people, such as NBA games at L.A.’s Crypto.com Arena. Vaccination verification also is required for healthcare workers and employees at nursing homes.
Was LA’s COVID-19 jab mandate enforced on celebrities?
We don’t know.
If more information becomes available, we’ll provide updates.