CBS News discussed an alarming rise in cardiovascular issues and coronary infarctions in young adults Wednesday morning.
According to new data from Cedars Sinai, deaths from heart attacks in young adults are 30% higher than predicted – an extremely concerning metric.
“Prior to the pandemic, heart attack deaths were actually dropping,” says Dr. Celine Gounder. “And then that trend reverses, and you see that rate go up especially among young people after the pandemic.”
Missing from CBS’ reporting was any mention of the Covid-19 vaccines, which the Centers for Disease Control admit have caused myocarditis, especially in younger subsets.
The harrowing new data comes to light shortly after the CDC’s decision to add the Covid-19 vaccine to the routine immunization schedule for young people and children.
“This means COVID-19 vaccine is now presented as any other routinely recommended vaccine and is no longer presented in a special “call out” box as in previous years. This, in a sense, helps ‘normalize’ this vaccine and sends a powerful message to both healthcare providers and the general public that everyone ages 6 months and older should stay up to date with recommended COVID-19 vaccines (including a booster, when eligible), just as they would with any other routinely recommended vaccine,” Dr. Neil Murthy and Dr. A. Patricia Wodi said in a statement.
Our publication interviewed Mitch Milat, an extraordinarily healthy man who claims he suffered multiple strokes after receiving one dose of Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine.