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CDC Says Some People Should Wait Longer for Second COVID-19 Shot Due to Heart Inflammation Risk

re: COVID
re: CDC

Safe and effective? Risk vs benefit?

Are we to believe that myocarditis is the only side effect, and the worst? I’d bet that neurological damage is far worse and far more prevalent, since it is much easier to dismiss as unrelated, and far harder to diagnosis when it affects tiny but crucial structures.

With huge profits and no liability, the COVID vaccines were guaranteed to be the most poorly-tested mass medical intervention in history.

See also: What An Economist Knows About Crony Vaccines and Data Show ‘Significant Underreporting’ of Vaccine Side Effects: German Health Insurer

The Epoch Times: CDC Says Some People Should Wait Longer for Second COVID-19 Shot Due to Heart Inflammation Risk

2022-02-23, by Zachary Stieber.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has officially altered its recommended COVID-19 vaccination schedule in a bid to address concerns about the elevated rate of heart inflammation seen among many groups who have gotten a vaccine.

The two most widely administered COVID-19 vaccines in the country are made by Moderna and Pfizer. Recipients are advised to get a two-dose primary series of each.

Before the new update, people were told to get a second Pfizer shot 21 days after the first, or a second Moderna shot 28 days after the first.

The new guidance says people can wait as long as eight weeks between the first and second jabs.

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Dr. Peter McCullough, a cardiologist who formerly worked at Baylor University Medical Center, said that extending the intervals wasn’t enough to restrict the risks of vaccine-induced myocarditis.

The only method “is to use restrictive sampling,” McCullough told The Epoch Times in an email. “That means to exclude the population who is at risk for the problem. Based upon the published literature that would exempt men below age 70, women below the age of 50 years, and those with underlying myocardial and pericardial disease. This would get us back to the population that has theoretical benefits of vaccines if they were targeted against future variants, that is, our high-risk seniors.”

WIND: that last quote sums up the fall from grace of nearly all of the medical profession, for it now cares not for health, only for profit and officialdom.

People I know are getting very sick with COVID after being double and triple-jabbed. I ponder whether being vaccinated is making illness worse for some people than no vaccine, once infection strikes. Just wondering—a hypothesis to be tested, not a claim or statement of fact. It is a perfectly reasonable to have the scientific hypothesis that multiple jabs can weaken the immune system overall. Actually as I understand it, that a known fact. Maybe it applies, maybe not, but you can be sure that the CDC won’t look into it.

The Epoch Times: Data Show ‘Significant Underreporting’ of Vaccine Side Effects: German Health Insurer

2022-02-23, by Jack Phillips.

A large German health insurance provider said that it analyzed data from more than 10 million individuals regarding COVID-19 vaccine complications and suggested there were more than health authorities have reported.

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“The data available to our company gives us reason to believe that there is a very considerable under-recording of suspected cases of vaccination side-effects after they received the [COVID-19] vaccine,” he wrote in his letter.

“If these figures are applied to the year as a whole and to” the entire population of Germany, Schöfbeck estimated, then “probably 2.5-3 million people in Germany been under medical treatment because of vaccination side effects after [COVID-19] vaccination.”

Schöfbeck then concluded that based on their data, “there is a significant underreporting of vaccination side-effects” in Germany.

Another letter that was sent out by BKK (pdf) suggested that vaccination side effects reported across Germany are at least 10 times more common than what was reported by the Paul-Ehrlich Institute, reported the Nordkurier newspaper on Wednesday.

The letters did not elaborate on the severity of the side effects, nor did they provide a breakdown of the symptoms, or which vaccines caused the side effects. Germany’s drug regulator has approved COVID-19 vaccines manufactured by Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson, NovaVax, and Moderna.

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WIND: here in the USA, we are so much more competent at hiding the problems with vaccines. Maybe Dr Fauci can get over there and fix this situation?

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