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New study shows 25% increase in cardiovascular events during vaccine rollout

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New study shows 25% increase in cardiovascular events during vaccine rollout

A new study from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has found that the advent of the COVID-19 vaccine saw a 25% increase in cardiovascular events. 

The researchers studied emergency calls in Israel, one of the most highly vaccinated countries in the world, over a two-and-a-half-year period spanning 2019-2021. Specifically, they looked at emergency calls reporting either cardiac arrests [CA]or acute coronary syndrome [ACS] in the 16-39 age group. 

The study also aimed to determine if the uptick in cardiovascular events was associated with COVID-19 or the COVID-19 vaccine. The findings showed that for the period of January-May 2021, there was a 25% increase in emergency cardiovascular events compared with the same period in 2019 and 2020, and entirely associated with the COVID-19 shot. 

“Using Negative Binomial regression models, the weekly emergency call counts were significantly associated with the rates of 1st and 2nd vaccine doses administered to this age group but were not with COVID-19 infection rates,” says the study. 

The authors then question the safety of the vaccine by saying that the study “underscores the need for the thorough investigation of the apparent association between COVID-19 vaccine administration and adverse cardiovascular outcomes among young adults.” 

“Israel and other countries should immediately collect the data necessary to determine whether such association indeed exists, including thorough investigation of individual CA and ACS cases in young adults, and their potential connection to the vaccine or other factors,” the study continues. “This would be critical to better understanding the risk-benefits of the vaccine and to inform related public policy and prevent potentially avoidable patient harm.” 

Israel is not the first country to report an unexplained spike in emergency medical calls. 

As reported by Frontline News last month, Queensland Health Minister Yvette D’Ath said no one can explain why there was a sudden surge in emergency code-one calls, which are emergency calls to report the imminent death of a person.  

According to state records, there was a 40% increase in code-one calls.  

“But it is really interesting,” D’Ath told reporters last month. “Yeah, I don’t think anyone can explain why we saw a 40% jump in code-ones. And I’ve- I’ve seen that as I’ve traveled around the state sometimes. I walk into an ambulance service and they’ll say, ‘We had a 30% increase in code-ones yesterday. Can’t tell you why. We just had a lot of heart attacks and chest pains and trouble, you know, breathing and respiratory issues.’ Sometimes you can’t explain why those things happen.” 

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