Confirmed for First Time: Vaccines Cause Myocarditis Deaths, Says Oxford Study
In rare cases, a SARS-COV-2 infection can cause myocarditis. COVID-19 vaccines are also known to cause it. But when you compare the two—a COVID-19 infection versus a COVID vaccine—the medical consensus is that an infection is 14 times more likely to cause myocarditis. But a new study is challenging these numbers.
A new University of Oxford study published in the American Heart Association journal Circulation found that a COVID-19 vaccine is actually four times more likely to cause myocarditis in men under the age of 40 than a COVID-19 infection. This is also the first study that has acknowledged that people are actually dying from vaccine-induced myocarditis.
To this day, the CDC has not reported any myocarditis deaths from COVID-19 vaccines. The agency also says that COVID-19 vaccine myocarditis is “generally mild.” But when we looked at the numbers in this report, it doesn’t look so mild at all, at least for certain age groups.
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