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Do You Have Kids? The CDC Investigates Heart Inflammation In Young Vaccine Recipients

The CDC is currently investigating reports which suggest that young vaccine recipients may experience heart inflammation after taking the experimental vaccines.


More reasons to avoid the jab?

I have said it time and time again, but this is NOT medical advice, and I am not a doctor, but you need all the available info before making a decision you are comfortable with.

No one can deny that these vaccines are experimental in nature.

It usually takes upwards of 10 years to develop a vaccine and go through all the necessary regulatory hurdles.

This time it took less than a year.

Would it surprise everyone then to learn that there are in fact issues with the vaccine?

Of course not.

Suspicion is well deserved here, and we don’t even have ANY long term data available yet, and the short term reports are somewhat troubling.

The most recent report now has the CDC looking into issues of heart inflammation in younger recipients of the vaccine.

Again, this is EXACTLY why people have every right to worry. No one can possibly say that vaccine hesitancy is in poor taste or an uneducated decision, quite the opposite really.

Here is more on the latest vaccine issues:

Fox News shed more light on the issue: 

The Centers for Disease Control is investigating a small number of young adults and adolescents who may have experienced heart problems following a COVID-19 vaccine, though the agency stressed that it is unclear the vaccine is responsible.

There have been "relatively few" reports of myocarditis and "most cases appear to be mild," but the COVID-19 Vaccine Safety Technical Work Group said it felt the potential issue should be communicated to providers.

The CDC noted that mRNA vaccines, which are made by Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech, are potentially causing the problem.

Reports of myocarditis have been mostly in adolescents and young adults, are more common in males than females, typically occur after the second dose, and show up about 4 days after vaccination.

The COVID-19 Vaccine Safety Technical Work Group discussed the issue during a meeting on May 17 and the news was first reported by the New York Times on Saturday.

The FDA authorized the use of Pfizer's vaccine for children as young as 12 earlier this month following a successful trial in which more than 2,000 U.S. adolescent volunteers were given the shot.

The Washington Examiner had this to say: 

In late April, Israel’s Health Ministry announced it was looking into reports of heart inflammation and said it was being reported by people who received the Pfizer vaccine.

An Israeli health official said "tens of incidents" of myocarditis were reported out of more than 5 million vaccinated people.

"Adverse events are regularly and thoroughly reviewed and we have not observed a higher rate of myocarditis than what would be expected in the general population. A causal link to the vaccine has not been established," Pfizer said at the time.


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