It’s a small price to pay for protection from the deadly Mu variant.
Or no, wait. It doesn’t actually protect against the Mu variant.
But it protects against the Alpha variant and offers some protection against the Delta variant.
This is all very serious and real, and a permanent heart condition is nothing in comparison to this flu virus.
Ontario Health Services in Canada released a report last week on the number of people hospitalized in the province with heart problems following the mRNA vaccination.
As of August 7, there were 106 cases of myocarditis or pericarditis diagnosed in people under the age of 25 in Ontario, just over half of all cases, the Toronto Sun reported.
Some 31 cases occurred in 12 to 17 year olds and 75 in 18 to 24 year olds. The majority of the cases – 80 percent – were found in men.
The report went on to say that more cases of myocarditis or pericarditis were reported after the second dose of an mRNA vaccine than after the first, especially after the Moderna vaccine.
The health authority received a total of 314 reports. After an examination, there were over 200 such cases. In Ontario, 202 people with heart problems were admitted to the emergency room after vaccination, and 146 of them had to be hospitalized. Three of them even ended up in intensive care.
Last month, the European Medicines Agency (EMA) announced that myocarditis (inflammation of the heart muscle) and pericarditis (inflammation of the pericardium) were to be included in the package insert for Pfizer and Moderna Corona vaccines as possible side effects.
Symptoms may include shortness of breath, a strong and possibly irregular heartbeat, and chest pain.
The EudraVigilance database for 27 EU countries, announced that as of August 28, 2021, some 23 252 deaths and 2 189 537 vaccine injuries were reported following injections from the four experimental injections.
Of the total recorded injuries, at least half (1 076 917) were serious injuries.
What we need is a law to prevent people from reporting on side effects of this miraculous vaccine.
Otherwise, people might think the vaccine is dangerous, and not get it – thereby foregoing protection against the deadly Mu variant.
No, no – there’s no protection against the Mu variant, you’re going to need more vaccines for that.
But protection from some of the variants is better than none.
Wanted you to hear directly from me that despite being fully vaccinated, I have contracted Covid and am not going to be able to fight next weekend. Preparing for this comeback has been everything to me over the last months, & I want to thank everyone for their tremendous support. pic.twitter.com/0wKEnr5Jzv
— Oscar De La Hoya (@OscarDeLaHoya) September 3, 2021
Just to answer some questions. My primary diagnosis was bilateral pneumonia. I was vaccinated for COVID-19 so I’m not sure if I had the delta variant but I’m just happy to be here. The pneumonia had infiltrated my lower lobes of my lungs- I’m so fortunate for the care I received.
— Patrick Reed (@PReedGolf) September 1, 2021