US researchers have published a paper indicating that vaccinating children, especially boys, may pose a greater danger than COVID19 itself. The study, an analysis of VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System) reports of adolescents post-vaccination myocarditis, myopericarditis and pericarditis (inflammation of heart tissues), found that boys between the ages of 12 and 15 are four to six times more likely to require hospital treatment for heart inflammation due to mRNA covid19 vaccination than require hospital treatment if they caught COVID19.
The research was carried out by the University of California and was led by Dr Tracy Hoeg. Data was sought on both boys’ and girls’ reactions to the mRNA COVID19 vaccine, and targeted subjects with no co-morbidities or serious illness. The overall findings reveal that girls are less likely to experience heart tissue inflammation post-vaccination, but all boys within the test age range of 12 to 17 have a higher likelihood of hospitalization from vaccine induced heart inflammation than COVID19 infection itself. Boys between 12 and 15 have highest risk of a post-vaccination myocarditis-type reaction.
It must be noted that this study is not yet peer-reviewed but has been accepted as official data by the British Medical Advisory Committee. A second point of note when considering the study is the fact that the data relies on the VAERS reporting system which is itself dependent on individuals reporting their post-vaccination reactions. As such, actual instances of myocarditis-type post-vaccination reactions may be higher than reported.
Link to University of California Study Below…