Florida’s Surgeon General announced men ages 18-39 years old should not get the mRNA COVID vaccine due to the extremely high risk of cardiac death.
Ladapo’s Vaccine Guidance
Dr. Joseph Ladapo, Florida’s Surgeon General, is sending a warning that the mRNA vaccines can raise the risk of cardiac-related death by 84 percent in males ages 18 to 39 years old.
This analysis found that there is an 84% increase in the relative incidence of cardiac-related death among males 18-39 years old within 28 days following mRNA vaccination. With a high level of global immunity to COVID-19, the benefit of vaccination is likely outweighed by this abnormally high risk of cardiac-related death among men in this age group. Non-mRNA vaccines were not found to have these increased risks.
Myocarditis and pericarditis are both known side effects of the Pfizer and Moderna mRNA jabs and are more common in young men. Most, especially young men, were more likely to die of a ‘cardiac-related’ cause such as a heart attack.
Here is the official Guidance from Dr. Lapado
The Independent Study
The authors conducted a self-controlled case series, meaning they looked at people who had died of any cause except Covid.
They compared their risk of dying in the 28 days after getting their last Covid vaccine to their risk over the six-month follow-up period.
Within the data, researchers found that in the 28 days after getting an inoculation people were less likely to die of any cause. Most, especially young men, were more likely to die of a ‘cardiac-related’ cause such as a heart attack.
Covid is also mild for most teenagers with only 1,745 Americans under-18 dying from the disease compared to more than 800,000 over-50s.
Experts said the paper was not proof people should stop being vaccinated, adding the benefits still ‘greatly outweigh’ the risks.
Florida is Not Alone in the Ban
Many doctors around the world agree with Dr. Ladapo.
Denmark, Norway, and Sweden all agree there are serious health concerns in giving existing Covid vaccines to younger people.
Denmark and Norway banned Covid vaccines for non-seniors, and Sweden stopped recommending vaccines for 12- to 17-year-olds. All three countries have respected public-health programs and aggressively promote best-practice treatments.
They’ve been joined by Australia, which has drastically limited vaccines for those ages 16 to 30. Only those with “complex, chronic, or severe medical conditions” can get jabbed.
Aseem Malhotra, M.D., originally a supporter of the COVID vaccine, is a London-based cardiologist who has published two articles in the peer-reviewed Journal of Insulin Resistance said, “Pharmacovigilance systems and real-world safety data, coupled with plausible mechanisms of harm, are deeply concerning, especially in relation to cardiovascular safety.”
Dr. Malhotra cited cites a significant increase in cardiac-arrest ambulance calls in England in 2021 (an additional 14,000 versus the number of calls in 2020).
Israel also submitted similar data, the doctor noted, in the 16- to 39-year-old age group was a 25 percent increase in heart attacks or cardiac arrests associated with the Pfizer vaccine – but not linked to Covid-19.
Dr. Ladap wrote articles for the Wall Street Journal, such as “Lockdowns Won’t Stop the Spread.” Ladapo, who doubles as secretary of the Florida Department of Health, will continue to serve as Surgeon General under the 2nd term of Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL). DeSantis last year hired Ladapo as a replacement for Scott Rivkees.
Some scientists have warned that younger adults should avoid getting these bivalent booster vaccines until more data becomes available.
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