Police Sergeant Hortence Hernandez took her first dose of the Oxford AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine on July 30. After doing so she took two Tylenol and returned to duty. In a Facebook post, Hernandez says during the weekend she experienced mild and severe headaches to the point that it caused confusion and cloudiness. The headaches persisted into the following week and says that at one point the right side of her face, tongue and right arm became numb. The symptoms continued and this week, Hernandez sought medical attention at a private health clinic. She says that she was told that she has small patches of blood clots on the brain. She says she woke up with blood clots on her left foot. Police Commissioner Chester Williams declined comment on Hernandez’ testimony. Hernandez says she took the vaccine because she cannot afford to pay for a Rapid or PCR test every two weeks. She is asking people that if at any time after taking the vaccine you feel any way other than your normal self to go to see a medical doctor right away.