Study finds high association between Covid-19 vaccine and myocarditis

Translated by: MOS Health Team—爆料粉

On December 25, the British medical press [MedicalR] published a study that the Covid-19 vaccine significantly increased the myocarditis risk.

A panel of experts, composed of the Chief Medical Corps of the British Government, and professors from Oxford University, Edinburgh University, and Leicester University, analyzed 42.2 million people aged 13 years and older. They discovered the Covid-19 vaccine significantly increased the myocarditis risk.

A panel of experts, composed of the Chief Medical Corps of the British Government, and professors from Oxford University, Edinburgh University, and Leicester University, analyzed 42.2 million people aged 13 years and older. They discovered that 28 days after the third Pfizer vaccination, the myocarditis risk of vaccinated individuals is twice as higher as that of unvaccinated individuals; men under 40 have the strongest association, though all ages demonstrate a high association. In particular, the myocarditis risk after the first Modena dose exceeded the risk from viral infections; and the myocarditis incidence after the second Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccination is higher than the incidence after Covid-19 infection.

The study concluded that the government’s findings would be essential references to deploy appropriate public health and vaccination policies. However, at present, British universities neglect the health interests of male students and vigorously promote the vaccine booster.

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Reference: https://gnews.org/zh-hans/1803931/

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