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CDC Quietly Confirms mRNA COVID-19 Injections Increase Risk of Myocarditis & Myopericarditis


On October 21st, the CDC held an Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) meeting to discuss COVID-19 injection safety updates.

One of the topics was an overview of myocarditis following COVID-19 inoculation.

Myocarditis & myopericarditis has been an alarming trend for COVID-19 injection recipients for months.

The risk of myocarditis is more glaring in younger individuals.

While we’ve heard for months that the risk of heart inflammation was rare, the CDC quietly confirmed something suspected the whole time.

The COVID-19 jabs present an increased risk of myocarditis & myopericarditis.

Here’s the link to the CDC Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) on October 21, 2021

I’ve highlighted several key points from the presentation below:

Highest risk in adolescents & young adults

-Highest in males ages 18 to 25

-More events were observed post-Dose 2 than in post-Dose 1

Despite the CDC’s admission that the COVID-19 jabs increase the risk of heart inflammation, they approved the injections for children as young as 5.

Young, healthy people have a statistically zero chance of dying or having severe complications from COVID-19.

But the mRNA injections present a clear risk of myocarditis & myopericarditis.

Although the mainstream media is turning a blind eye, we’re seeing a clear impact of this risk amongst fit athletes around the world.

The corrupt organization is fully aware of the risks involved with these injections, but they’re more concerned about stuffing their pockets with Big Pharma bucks.


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