CDC confirms cardiac complications following boosters

by Summer Lane

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The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has confirmed in a new report this month that the risk of cardiac complications following a coronavirus infection or mRNA Covid vaccination is ongoing.

According to a recent report from the CDC, cardiac complications, such as myocarditis and pericarditis, have been linked with SARS-CoV-2 infections and the mRNA Covid vaccine.

Additionally, the report states that multisystem inflammatory syndrome (MIS) can also be a complication of Covid. Interestingly, the CDC further noted that the rise of cardiac outcomes after receiving a Covid booster shot was highest for males aged 12-17 years old.

This newest report confirms the suspicions of many Americans who have projected a connection between an upswing in reports of myocarditis and blood clots, especially among the younger demographic, and the coronavirus vaccines.

According to WFLA, the two available coronavirus vaccines currently on the market were developed by Pfizer and Moderna.

Joe Biden has utilized the coronavirus pandemic to strongarm legislation that federally mandates Covid vaccines for the American people.

In January 2022, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) blocked the federal government’s Covid vaccine-or-test requirement for large workplaces. Still, it allowed a vaccine mandate for healthcare settings in federally-funded facilities to remain in effect.

President Donald Trump has strongly rebuked the Biden administration’s attempts to mandate the vaccines, citing in a March interview with Kash Patel on the Epoch Times’ online show, “Kash’s Corner,” that “we have to end the mandates.” Additionally, during a Save America rally in Conroe, Texas, earlier this year, he stated he was proud to have been “the anti-mandate president.” Joe Biden should “leave us the hell alone,” he added.

The CDC’s newest revelation that cardiac complications are confirmed to be a risk with both coronavirus infection and vaccination is consistent with what many Americans have suspected for the past year. It remains to be seen if this new data will affect the Biden administration’s vaccine policy.

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