Covid vaccinated 6 times more likely to get heart inflamation | Beaufort County Now | than unvaccinated be hospitalized for Covid

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A study by the University of California medical school has found that teenage boys are six times more likely to suffer heart inflamation after the second mRNA Covid shot than they are to be hospitalized with Covid itself if they are not vaccinated.  The rate for heart inflamation in males after the second mRNA Covid shot is actually even higher among young males in their 20s and 30s but that was not the group this study focused on.

This clearly shows a higher risk in giving the vaccine to this group of children than having them remain unvaccinated.  Heart inflamation can have serious medical consequences.  And the politicians in many countries keep pushing downward the age groups they demand be vaccinated.

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