CDC research shows that people infected with Covid are 16 times more likely to develop myocarditis
Translated by: MOS Xiaojiucaia
Agence France-Presse reported on August 31 that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of the United States analyzed the hospital records of 1.5 million people infected with Covid and 35 million people who were not infected. The results showed that Covid patients were 16 times more likely to develop myocarditis after being infected with Covid.
According to the report, the increase in the risk is most significant in the population under 16 years old. The risk of myocarditis in people who have recovered from infection is 37 times that of uninfected people in the same age group, followed by those over 75 years old, 65 to 74 years old, and 50 to 64 years old. The study pointed out that the exact cause of this phenomenon is still unclear, but it may be related to a viral infection of the heart or to multiple system inflammation syndromes in people under 16 years of age. An Israeli scholar’s report published in the “New England Journal of Medicine” last week also showed that infection with Covid will increase the chance of suffering from myocarditis by 18 times, which roughly matches with the CDC’s research.
In addition, myocarditis and pericarditis are related to Pfizer and Moderna vaccine, and they are particularly likely to occur in adolescent boys and young men. An Israeli report last week stated that mRNA vaccines would increase the risk of myocarditis by a factor of three.
Governments have been vigorously promoting compulsory vaccination, which causes vaccinated population to continue increasing. If people who have been vaccinated are unfortunately infected with Covid, myocarditis and pericarditis alone should have attracted enough attention, unfortunately it did not happen due to the cover-ups by the mainstream media. I again encourage everyone to take every step to prevent infection, refuse vaccine, and survive this darkness before dawn.
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