Facebook deletes comment of a patient who sustained COVID-19 vaccine injuries when she shared an article about her progress: Brandy McFadden received the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine in April 2021, and after the second dose she experienced excruciating pain and loss of feeling in her arms, hands, legs, and feet. WKRN.com reported that ten days after the onset of her symptoms, "Brandy [was] able to move her arms again and wiggle her toes." In a recent Facebook comment, McFadden shared the WKRN.com report of her regenerated ability to walk after weeks of physical therapy. Brandy tweeted a screenshot of her post which included the report and the comment: "I had #COVID19 last November. I recieved my 2nd Pfizer vaccine on April 16th. I was admitted to Vanderbilt Hospital the next day with an adverse reaction to the vaccine. Antibodies too high? Let's have an honest discussion." Facebook flagged the comment for allegedly going against its "Community Standards on spam" which it claims are designed to "prevent things such as false advertising, fraud and security breaches."