Ambulance Calls Due to Cardiac Arrest and Unconsciousness Skyrocketing Since Young Adults Started Getting Covid Jab

Both the Pfizer and Moderna jabs have since added safety warnings to package inserts due to suspicion they can cause myocarditis and pericarditis in younger adults, mainly men, after the second dose.

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Calls for an Ambulance due to Cardiac Arrest and Unconsciousness have skyrocketed since young adults started getting the Covid-19 Vaccine
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Data published by Public Health England shows that calls to the ambulance service due to people suffering cardiac arrest or being unconscious have increased week on week by huge numbers compared to expected levels ever since young adults started to get the Covid-19 vaccine.

Public Health England collects data on certain symptoms reported when a call is made to ambulance services, and data for the week ending 25th July 2021 shows that all reported symptoms are above the expected levels for this time of year.

But the most concerning symptom is cardiac / respiratory arrest which has seen a steep increase in reports since the end of May.

This is around the same time adults under 30 began to get the Covid-19 vaccine, with most…

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7 thoughts on “Ambulance Calls Due to Cardiac Arrest and Unconsciousness Skyrocketing Since Young Adults Started Getting Covid Jab

    • Thanks LT, could be that Tubularsock’s blog hasn’t got the shot yet and the powers at be were just trying to protect you.

      Or …………. ? So many options so little time.
      Thanks for letting me know. Try again and then again on another blog previous to the last one and then keep my posted.

      If it continues, rest assured Tubularsock has a plan!

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