29% of Teens with Second Doze of Pfizer’s CCP Virus Vaccine Have Heart Problems

It is reported on Aug 12th , a study found that 29 percent of teens suffered heart problems after their second dose of Pfizer’s mRNA Chinese Communist Party(CCP)’s virus (COVID-19) vaccine. This is a new study from Thailand.

There were 301 students aged 13-18 at two schools in Thailand who received the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine, 44 had asthma or allergic rhinitis.

The researchers conducted laboratory tests to establish a baseline and additional tests at 3 days, 7 days and 14 days after the students received the second dose.

According to the study, 29 percent (88) of the students developed cardiovascular disease after the second dose. Fifty-four of them had abnormal electrocardiogram results, six experienced mitral valve prolapses, six had high blood pressure and seven were diagnosed with heart inflammation.

Two of the youths were admitted to the hospital, including one who was admitted to the intensive care unit. Many of the students also developed tachycardia, palpitations and myocarditis following vaccination.

This is one of approximately 200 published papers demonstrating that the risks of CCP virus vaccination far outweigh any theoretical benefits.

Therefore, many cardiologists agree that vaccinating children is too risky for their heart health.

1. People who receive any CCP virus vaccine based on mRNA technology “should be monitored for side effects”, one researcher said.

2. Cardiologists who reviewed the Thai study say there is overwhelming evidence that the risks of the CCP virus vaccine far outweigh the purported benefits, especially for young people.

3. “Any form of heart damage in young persons is concerning since the long-term risks of heart failure and sudden death with exercise are unknown”, said cardiologist and CCP virus vaccine expert Dr. Peter McCullough.

4. Dr. Anish Koka, a cardiologist in Philadelphia, said the new findings prove that vaccines are not reassuring. She added that while the study authors claimed most patients recovered, many of the conditions that students experienced were far from mild.

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