A prominent Chinese cardiologist has acknowledged that COVID vaccines can cause severe myocarditis, and has proposed the establishment of centers focusing on diagnosis enhancement and treatment training.
During the recent “Two Sessions” meeting—the plenary sessions of the National People’s Congress and the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference—Wang advised China’s National Health Commission to establish facilities to target the widely prevalent phenomenon of fulminant myocarditis.
High MortalityWang told Chinese media on March 10 that the mortality rate of fulminant myocarditis is above 50 percent.
According to Wang, all vaccines available against COVID-19 also have the ability to cause the sever form of myocarditis.
He explained that fulminant myocarditis is predominantly caused by viral infections, and that children and young adults are highly susceptible to this illness.
“It is a life-threatening condition characterized by a rapidly progressive course, with fatigue, circulatory failure, hypotensive shock, or even sudden death,” he said, according to the report.
Wang also stated that reliable diagnosis is available. However, he said that “Most doctors aren’t familiar with it, often take it to be a cold, and miss the early treatment,” Wang said.
The report has caused a heated discussion among Chinese netizens.
One said, “It’s been two years since the vaccination: I often have chest discomfort, and the hospital can’t give me an answer.” Another said, “They’re still forcing children to be vaccinated! Shameless!” while a further asked, “If this is the case, who will bear the responsibility?”
Flaws of Chinese-Made VaccinesSerious adverse reactions associated with the COVID-19 vaccines are not just limited to myocarditis, however.
In 2021, then Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) director, Gao Fu, admitted that Chinese vaccines “don’t have very high protection rates.” However, he later denied making the comments, and claimed that the media over-interpreted words that he had meant as a suggestion for further investigation to confirm the effectiveness of vaccines against COVID-19.