WATCH: 85-Year-Old Woman Starts Walking After First Dose Of AZ, Spent 3 Years Bedridden Before This

There have been plenty of people who have been skeptical of the Covid-19 vaccines, no matter their reasoning, maybe this might convince them.

An 85-year-old woman recently regained her ability to walk after 3 years of being bedridden, a day after receiving her AstraZeneca vaccine.

Thai media Channel 8 News reported that the elderly woman suffered from diabetes, hypertension, hyperlipidemia and other diseases.

On November 24, a medical team came to inoculate her with the first dose of the Astra Zeneca vaccine.

Unexpectedly, the next day, the old lady told her family that she felt strong in her limbs and asked her family to help her out of bed and try to walk.

Apparently, the pain and weakness of limbs in the past 3 years suddenly disappeared and she took her first walking steps in years!

After this miraculous phenomenon had happened, she excitedly told her son the good news. Her family and children were equally very surprised to know it.

According to reports, the incident took place in Nakhon Si Thammarat, a municipality in Southern Thailand.

The director of a hospital in the municipality said that he did not believe it at all at first. Allegedly, the hospital director knew the patient’s case and that she had been plagued by diseases for many years.

On November 27, accompanied by the county magistrate, he led the team and the media to check on the old woman.

When they arrived, the granny even came forward to greet everyone, walking a bit on the spot for them to see.

The hospital director speculated that the vaccination stimulated the cells in the body, organs and heart, making them stronger.

Added with the fact that the granny was told that her children and grandchildren would be visiting, perhaps she was motivated to get on her feet.

I knew vaccines worked, but this? Woah..

In all seriousness, the side effects regarding vaccines, whether positive or negative, true or exaggerated, should be viewed rationally by all.

Very often there may not be a direct relationship between the two, even if ‘miracles’ seemingly happen.

But what is certain is that getting vaccinated is one of the most effective ways we have to protect against Covid-19.

Let’s fight the epidemic together and stop the chain of transmission of the virus, especially in the wake of dangerous new mutations.