Florida Health Dept. Warning Against Covid-19 mRNA Vaccine

Florida Surgeon General Dr Joseph A. Ladapo has recommended against receiving mRNA COVID-19 vaccines, especially to males aged 18 to 39 as it increases the risk of cardiac-related death.

Florida emphasizes that health care providers review all data to evaluate risks and benefits unique to each patient when determining any health care services to provide, including the administration of COVID-19 vaccines containing Messenger RNA (mRNA) which both the PfizerBioNTech and the Moderna vaccines utilize.

Their analysis found there is an 84% increase in the relative incidence of cardiac-related death among males 18-39 years old within 28 days following mRNA vaccination.

Individuals with pre-existing cardiac conditions, such as myocarditis and pericarditis, should take particular caution when considering vaccination and discuss with their health care provider.

The State Surgeon General now recommends against the COVID-19 mRNA vaccines for males ages 18-39 years old. Individuals and health care providers should also be aware that this analysis found that Males over the age of 60 had a 10% increased risk of cardiac-related death within 28 days of mRNA vaccination.

“Today, we released an analysis on COVID-19 mRNA vaccines the public needs to be aware of,” he said. He added: “FL will not be silent on the truth.”

Non-mRNA vaccines were not found to have these increased risks among any population. Floridians are encouraged to discuss all the potential benefits and risks of receiving mRNA COVID-19 vaccines with their health care provider. The risk associated with mRNA vaccination should be weighed against the risk associated with COVID-19 infection. The Department continues to stand by its Guidance for Pediatric COVID-19 Vaccines issued March 2022, which recommends against use in healthy children and adolescents 5 years old to 17 years old. This now includes recommendations against COVID-19 vaccination among infants and children under 5 years old, which has since been issued under Emergency Use Authorization.

This raises some serious questions when in Europe and particularly in the UK there is no mention of this while the over 60’s are urged to get the vaccine, warning that the COVID 19 cases are surging. Why not the under 60s? Was it not the idea to get the young vaccinated with priority?

At the same time, the Office for National Statistics (ONS), shows that more people than usual have died this year and that a rise in “irregular heartbeat” deaths could (?) be the reason.

The department continues to stand by its Guidance for Pediatric COVID-19 Vaccines issued March 2022, which recommends against use in healthy children up to age 17.

About the Florida Department of Health The department, nationally accredited by the Public Health Accreditation Board, works to protect, promote and improve the health of all people in Florida through integrated state, county and community efforts.

ED Gladstone
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