Florida Doctors To Warn Patients They Could Suffer Heart Attack After Covid Jab

Doctors in Florida are being instructed to warn their patients that the Covid jab could cause adverse effects, including heart attacks.

A notice sent to the state’s medical professionals Wednesday warned that reports of adverse events following vaccination in Florida had increased 1,700 percent from 2020 to 2021.

The release also cited three studies showing the potential side effects caused by the jab

The Mail Online reports: The release references reports to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), a system run by the US Department of Health and Human Services to log vaccine-related injuries.

In 2021, 41,473 vaccine-related injuries were reported in Florida, a massive increase from the 2,466 a year earlier.

VAERS data is self-reported, and cases submitted to the system do not need to be verified by a physician.

Still, though, it allows regulators to be alerted to potential negative trends associated with available vaccines. 

The Florida Health also cites an American study published in September that found one in every 550 recipients of the Covid vaccine suffered an adverse event.

‘Which is much higher than other vaccines,’ the release says.

The study focused on clinical trials held for the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines to initially earn Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval in late-2020

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