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UK Government Guidance: Hospitalized Children Suffer Myocarditis Because Of C-19 Vaccines!!!

Until November 17, there have been 686 myocarditis and 578 pericarditis caused by the C-19 vaccines and reported to the UK Yellow Card system. There were 18.354 cardiac disorders, 290 deaths.

On November 29, UKHSA shared that cardiac disorders represent a risk of C-19 vaccines. UKHSA shared guidance to support the decision and management of clinical cases of myocarditis and pericarditis linked with C-19 injections.

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“Rare” but no mention that complications from Covid in younger age groups are infrequent.’’

“Nearly 10,000 more people than usual have died in the past four months from non-Covid reasons, as experts called for an urgent government inquiry into whether the deaths were preventable,” the Telegraph reported in mid-November. “Data from the UK Health Security Agency show there have been thousands more deaths than the five-year average in heart failure, heart disease, circulatory conditions and diabetes since the summer.”

The Telegraph emphasized that the death’s number in private homes is 40.9% above the five-year average.

In October, we reported that calls relating to unconsciousness, cardiac and respiratory arrest from the National Ambulance Syndrome Surveillance System were above the expected borders. Deaths from June 19 to September 17 among teenagers, 15+, were 17% higher compared to the numbers in 2020.

Dr. Clare Craig said that “the excess deaths we’re seeing are circulatory deaths — they’re strokes and they’re heart attacks — and they’re much more in the young than in the older age groups.”

Take a look at the video below:


In one tweeter thread, Dr. Jonathan Engler said, “Read between the lines, folks, and note the things they gloss over.”

Amongst others, he comments on the language used by UKHSA in their clinical guidance.

The JCVI did not recommend Covid injections for healthy 12- to 15-year-olds.

JCVI couldn’t justify offering the experimental injection to children at the beginning of September. It is known that kids very rarely suffer some C-19 complications, but now, the children are filling the hospitals.

The decision of Chris Whitty and his colleagues to inject children, and the Government’s decision to implement it, were unprecedented.

A couple of months before UKHSA, the EMA issued a DHPC about the risk of myocarditis and pericarditis after the mRNA vaccine.

“From the analysis of UK and international data, there has been a signal of an increase of cases of myocarditis and pericarditis following vaccination with both Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna vaccines … Cases of myocarditis and pericarditis have been reported in the UK following vaccination with COVID-19 vaccines … the cases reported after AZ vaccine are thought to reflect the expected background rate of these conditions.”

PHE stated, “in 2017 it was estimated that there were about 2,000 hospital admissions for myocarditis,” and, “in some cases of non-COVID-19 vaccine-related myocarditis, the disease can progress to dilated cardiomyopathy and chronic heart failure, with evidence implicating myocarditis in 12% of sudden deaths in adults aged under 40.”


Which background rate is PHE applying to AstraZeneca? The 2K patients hospitalized in 2017 or 12%?
PHE’s August statement: “Some cases have been reported following the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine, but given the extensive use of AstraZeneca in the UK, these are thought to reflect the expected background incidence rate of myocarditis and pericarditis conditions.”

Cardiac disorders reported to the Yellow Card were 18.354 and 290 deaths. You won’t hear this from the corporate media.

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