With so many uncertainties surrounding the COVID-19 vaccines and the mRNA technologies used in the Pfizer, Johnson and Johnson and Moderna vaccines, it’s disturbing that so many powerful people are trying to push these experimental drugs on the population.
These COVID-19 Vaccines are yet to be fully approved by the FDA yet everyone are pressured to take them like guinea pigs.
About one in 100,000 people who received the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine suffered from myocarditis – an inflammation of the heart muscle – a preliminary report redacted by the committee of experts tasked by the Health Ministry to monitor the inoculation’s side effect has found, Channel 12 reported on Friday.
The researchers also stressed that more research is needed to confirm the connection between the vaccine and the phenomena.
The Israel Health Ministry is examining a 'small' number of cases related to inflammation of the heart muscle called ‘myocarditis’ in individuals inoculated with Pfizer and BioNtech’s Covid-19 vaccine.https://t.co/MZmmQhwcSg
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Myocarditis has been reported as a side-effect of COVID-19. As the above story notes, there are reports that healthy individuals in Israel were diagnosed with myocarditis after receiving the second shot
— Marcus Weisgerber (@MarcusReports) April 26, 2021
I wish I had skipped my second dose. I ended up in the hospital 48 hours later with myocarditis. 38 years old. Physically fit/runner/no history of chest/heart issues.
— Brian Lindy (@BrianLindy) April 25, 2021
— Ottawa Citizen (@OttawaCitizen) April 26, 2021
Israel’s Health Ministry said on Sunday it is examining a small number of cases of heart inflammation in people who had received Pfizer’s (PFE.N) COVID-19 vaccine, though it has not yet drawn any conclusions.
Pfizer said it has not observed a higher rate of the condition than would normally be expected in the general population.
Israel’s pandemic response coordinator, Nachman Ash, said that a preliminary study showed “tens of incidents” of myocarditis occurring among more than 5 million vaccinated people, primarily after the second dose.
Ash said it was unclear whether this was unusually high and whether it was connected to the vaccine.
Most of the cases were reported among people up to age 30.
“The Health Ministry is currently examining whether there is an excess in morbidity (disease rate) and whether it can be attributed to the vaccines,” Ash said.
Ash, who spoke about the issue in a radio interview and during a news conference, referred to it as a “question mark”, and emphasized that the Health Ministry has yet to draw any conclusions.
Determining a link, he said, would be difficult because myocarditis, a condition that often goes away without complications, can be caused by a variety of viruses and a similar number of cases were reported in previous years.
The Jerusalem Post also had more to say:
The findings have been transmitted to the Health Ministry’s Director-General Chezy Levy, as well as to the US Food and Drug Administration and Pfizer.
The leaked document showed that most cases were reported among young men aged 18-30. A total of 62 cases of myocarditis have occurred so far in Israel around the time of the vaccination, 56 of them after the second dose. Some 55 cases occurred among men.
Without treatment, myocarditis can lead to cardiac arrhythmia and even death
In most cases, the patients were discharged from the hospital in good conditions. However, two people – a 22-year-old woman and a 35-year-old man – died. According to the report, they did not have any preexisting condition, but further investigation was needed to confirm the diagnosis.
The physicians emphasized that a further study is needed also to confirm a link between the vaccine and the heart problems, but according to Channel 12 they described it as “likely” in the report.
“These findings were presented to Pfizer, which said that it has not detected similar findings in the rest of the world at this time and that it will look deeper into the phenomenon… A possible reason for the lack of similar findings in other countries so far may be connected to the low vaccination rate among young people, since the majority of cases occurred among men under the age of 30,” the study said.
We have to be careful and stay strong as these new revelations are uncovered.