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It’s no opinion: the Moderna vaccine is being banned across Europe as a response data suggesting a higher risk of heart inflammation among younger demographics.
According to the CDC’s most recent guidelines: “The CDC and its partners are actively monitoring reports of myocarditis and pericarditis after COVID-19 vaccination.” The side effect(s) include: chest pain, shortness of breath and spike in heart rate. Per reporting by The Telegraph, “Teenage boys are six times more likely to suffer from heart problems from the vaccine than be hospitalized from COVID-19.”
While the narrative around vaccines in America continues to promote the shot to a new standard in medicine — claiming that they’re fully risk-free — other countries are observing the effects and alerting its citizens before making a critical medical decision.
As of Wednesday, both Sweden and Denmark announced that they will suspend further administration of the Moderna vaccine based on the connection with inflammation, notably for younger males between ages 12-17 — confirmed by Reuters.
“The connection is especially clear when it comes to Moderna’s vaccine Spikevax, especially after the second dose,” announced the Swedish health agency, adding that the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine will be primarily advised going forward.
As attention continues to be diverted from natural immunity’s effectiveness with protecting people from COVID-19, in both the immediate-and-long term, the widely promoted Moderna and related mRNA vaccines continue to prove to not be as effective with preventing breakthrough cases, while still bearing serious health conditions among certain demographics.
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