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Israel Sees ‘Concerning’ Surge in Cardiac Arrest And Heart Attack Emergency Calls Among Young People

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Israel Sees 'Concerning' Surge in Cardiac Arrest And Heart Attack Emergency Calls Among Young People

Israel experienced a surge in cardiac arrest and heart attack emergency calls among young people in the wake of their mass vaccination campaign, according to research from MIT professor Retsef Levi. 

Levi discussed his research and reservations about vaccinating young people here:

We’ve seen similar reports in the US with some 2,018 people reporting post-vaccination cases of myocarditis and pericarditis to VAERS.

“Among 12- to 17-year-olds, there have been 406 reports of myocarditis and pericarditis, with 402 cases attributed to Pfizer’s vaccine,” Children’s Health Defense reported on Wednesday.

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