Ten percent of Americans who received the COVID-19 vaccine regret having done so, according to a recent poll.
The poll, conducted by Zogby Analytics, states that the margin of error is plus or minus 3.1 percentage points.
“The fact that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports more than 232 million Americans ages 18–65 have taken at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, and 15 percent of those surveyed report a newly diagnosed condition is concerning and needs further study,” Laura Bono, CHD’s executive director, said in a statement.
“The mRNA vaccine technology is new and clinical trials naturally have no long-term data. CHD believes this survey points to the need for further study.”
Sixty-seven percent of the respondents got one or more shots, while the rest were unvaccinated.
Among those who took the COVID vaccines, 6 percent took one dose, while the rest took two to four shots.
Of the newly diagnosed medical conditions, the most common were blood clots (21 percent), heart attack (19 percent), liver damage (18 percent), leg and lung clots (17 percent), and stroke (15 percent).
Sixty-seven percent of participants said that getting the vaccine was a good decision, while 24 percent were neutral.
The top conditions were autoimmune problems, blood clots, strokes, lung clots, liver damage, leg clots, heart attacks, disrupted menstrual cycles, Guillain-Barré syndrome, and Bell’s palsy. Ten percent of these conditions were severe.
Previous ReportsIn May, a cardiologist told The Epoch Times that he has seen a spike in cases of heart inflammation. Although the media have given more attention to COVID vaccine blood clot issues, there have been many more cases of myocarditis, according to his observation.
Also in May, The Epoch Times reported that a pediatric cardiologist had to stop working and was punished by his board for not wanting to recommend a vaccine to a young patient who had contracted COVID previously.