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On April 29, 2021, “Natural News” reported, Israel is investigating a number of adverse reactions in some of its’ citizens who got the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID19 vaccine. News outlet Channel 12 reported that the Israeli government identified 62 cases of the heart lining and heart muscle inflammations in vaccinated Israelis, based on a study by the Israeli Ministry of Health. Among those cases, two people died of adverse reactions, while the rest recovered.
Pfizer confirmed in a statement that it is aware of the myocarditis reports in Israel. However, the company insisted that “there is no evidence, that myocarditis is a risk associated with the two-dose vaccine.”
Israel’s Coronavirus Czar, Professor Nachman Ash confirmed the investigation during an interview with Israel Station Radio 103FM; but said, “It looks like the benefit of the vaccine is so great—that even if we do find a connection between some of the cases and the vaccine, it won’t be justified to take any action.”
Dr. Nadav Davidovitch, Director of the Ben Gurion University of the Negev (BGU), School of Public Health said: “The risk of pericarditis or myocarditis following the vaccine is low and temporary.” Nevertheless, he acknowledged that: “it is a situation that should be looked into.”
A team of Israeli researchers followed the reports on pericarditis and myocarditis associated with the Pfizer vaccines. They found that the virus variants had a higher chance of infecting vaccinated people in comparison with those who were not vaccinated. Researchers from Tel Aviv University (TAU) and Israeli health provider, CLALIT Health Services, found that the South African B1351 variant was eight times more prevalent in people who completed two doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech Vaccine. A study consisted of 800 positive samples of which half of the results from the vaccinated group and the other half from unvaccinated ones found that the chance of contracting the virus for those unvaccinated is 5.4 percent — much lower than those who were vaccinated.
The researchers also found that the U.K. B117 variant had a higher prevalence in those who received only one dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech Vaccine. Professor Adi Stern of TAU said: “We found a disproportionately higher rate of the South African B1351 variant among people vaccinated with a second dose, compared to the unvaccinated group.” Additionally, she commented that “our team’s study suggested that the B1351 strain could bypass vaccine-induced immunity to some extent.”
Since the global pandemic, more than 3 million people have died of COVID-19, and more than 140 million have contracted the virus. The world is living in fear and people want to find a quick solution for the problem. The public is optimistic about COVID-19 vaccines because we have some effective vaccines such as measles and smallpox vaccines, for which we can be immune for life with one shot. However, unlike measles and smallpox, coronavirus is a highly unstable RNA virus. It mutates faster than the dengue and influenza viruses. Currently, there is still no universal vaccine for influenza vaccine — after 76 years of research. The dengue vaccine was approved in the United States in May 2019 after a 20-year development. However, the COVID19 vaccine was created and released within less than a year. Due to the high mutation nature of this “cunning” virus, any claims of its effectiveness are questionable. Moreover, as Virologists Dr. Li-Meng Yang points out that the SAR CoV 2 coronavirus was genetically modified in the lab. If it is confirmed, finding an effective vaccine becomes more complicated. At this critical time, using common sense, we need to ask ourselves: “Is it worth the risks to take the vaccine, which may not affect, but with side effects including death and heart inflammation; let alone unknown long term side effects ahead.”
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