Triple-jabbed Canadian reporter slurs words, nearly collapses on live TV by AnthonyMurdoch for Life Site News
‘Feeling very lucky to be vaxxed x3 and that I started isolating as soon as symptoms started,’ Jessica Robb tweeted in April after contracting COVID.
A young Canadian TV journalist appeared to lose consciousness live on air before the camera cut to the studio.
A video of Sunday’s incident has now been widely shared online and shows CTV News Edmonton reporter Jessica Robb suddenly begin to stammer during her report and forget what to say.
Robb then appeared to totter on her feet, as if she were about to collapse. However, the camera quickly cut to the studio before anything else was shown.
Must Watch: Young CTV News reporter Jessica Robb starts slurring her words, appears to go into medical distress, and looks like she’s about to collapse live on air during the 6pm show tonight. pic.twitter.com/RlVTCRE9T2
— Ken Winsor (@KenWinsor4) January 9, 2023
After struggling to continue her report, Robb warned her co-worker Nahreman Issa back at the studio, saying “Sorry, Nahreman, I’m not feeling very well right now and I’m about to …”
At this point, the CTV News anchor said, “Okay, we’ll come back to you. Right now, we’ll make sure that, Jessica, you are doing okay.”
CTV News later on Sunday wrote in a tweet that Robb was “feeling better” after the incident.
“Thanks to everyone who inquired about our reporter who became ill during the 6 p.m. News. Jessica Robb is feeling better and is now resting.
PROGRAMMING NOTE: Thanks to everyone who inquired about our reporter who became ill during the 6 p.m. News. Jessica Robb is feeling better and is now resting.
— CTV Edmonton (@ctvedmonton) January 9, 2023
Later on Monday, CTV Edmonton put out another statement on Twitter, this time reportedly from Robb herself, in which she stated she will “not share private medical information publicly,” but that she can confirm “that the situation was in no way related to the COVID-19 vaccine.”