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A Myocarditis Rate of 3.7% of Vaccine Recipients has been Identified through Questionnaire of His Readers by Independent Researcher Steve Kirsch.
Philippines has vaccinated 70,032,274 Filipinos as of 19th June 2022. If 3.7% holds this could be up to 2,591,194 persons with myocarditis. Do we have enough health care facilities / workers to cope??
Peri and myocarditis have been identified as possible sequelae following covid-19 vaccination, and particularly affecting younger males including adolescents, though females and older people are also affected.
What is Myocarditis?
Myo means muscle, cardio refers to heart, and itis means inflammation. Thus, myocarditis is inflammation of the heart muscle. Considering that the heart is essential to blood circulation and thus life, anything that damages heart is not good news!
Wikipedia refers to it as inflammatory cardiomyopathy - inflammation driven pathology of the heart muscle:-
Literature estimates of life expectancy with classic myocarditis vary, but it is certainly within a maximum of 5-10 years without heart transplant for more serious cases.
Covid-19 vaccine induced myocarditis is not classic myocarditis and the outcomes are unknown / still being studied. There is some discussion that this may be a progressive condition, particularly considering that the assault which came from mRNA or viral-vector triggered spike production is ongoing.
The American College of Cardiologists (last Feb 2022) and the US CDC (updated 19 June 22), despite both acknowledging that myocarditis (and pericarditis) are possible following covid-19 injection, continue to reassure the public that the cardiac risks of the covid-19 vaccines are minor, much lower than from natural covid-19 infection, and typically recover quickly. They say benefits of these injections still outweigh the risks.
However, the US VAERS (American AEFI capturing system) data is not reassuring. The OpenVaers cardiac page shows 42,168 reports of myo/pericarditis as of 17 June 2022. These have to be looked at with respect to historical data, and are massively escalated compared to all other vaccines (since 1986 when the system started).
Knowing also that the VAERS system undercaptures AEFIs (estimates range from 40 to 100+ times), the situation may be far worse than even the mass of soaring red lines below portray.
Fellow substacker Steve Kirsch has been drilling down on actual rates of adverse events and health conditions following from these covid-19 so called vaccines. He has identified an overall myocarditis rate in the range of 3.7% of vaccine recipients from among his readers in the US, as reported here, today.
While still preliminary (he is working to further validate), if this rate is applied to the Philippines, with just over 70 million citizens reported as fully vaccinated, we could be dealing with nearly 2.6 million persons with myocarditis over the next 5 years!
Cardiac injuries are just one of the possible serious AEFI. We also have cancers of all types, autoimmune conditions, dementias, infections resulting from suppressed immune system, among many many others.
If we thought that the covid-19 infections would overwhelm the medical system, then we had better think again now about the adverse reactions to these products overwhelming the medical system in coming months and years.
The Philippines health care system is mostly rudimentary outside of big urban centers, which have world class facilities. Even in normal years there were periods where demand for care outstripped available care and facilities. In provincial centers, it could be normal to wait in queue a whole day just to see a harried doctor for just a few minutes. Provincial hospitals may not have sophisticated equipment and can offer only basic laboratory services. Hospital fees and charges, even with government health support, for many services are pay-as-you-go, and may be costed out of reach for many folk! Avoiding care due to cost is sadly common; some people are still born, and die here without every having seen a health care professional.
I don’t personally see any evidence that the health system has been considerably improved over the past 2 1/2 years (weren’t all these lockdowns meant to allow the healthcare system to improve handling capability?). If anything, it may be worse; many health care workers have migrated to better financial opportunities, some have died!
Further, we have also had 2 1/2 years of severely disrupted education, which will surely have affected both quantity and quantity of new medical graduates, and students qualified to enter medical training to be our future professionals.
A long term view to preparation and management, exemplary planning and organization skills, and funding, are all going to be needed to deal with what is coming! What a job for the new Philippines Government, once again under a Marcos, which will be sworn in tomorrow 30th June 2022!