Doctors in Florida are now being instructed to warn recipients of the Covid vaccine that the vaccine could cause adverse effects, including heart attacks, Florida Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo told the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in a letter.
Among them was a massive increase in life-threatening conditions linked to vaccines, including heart attacks and other cardiovascular problems. This is despite the fact that there was only a 400 per cent drop in the number of vaccines administered in Florida that year. This suggests that the increase in injections administered is not the only reason for this increase.
“We have never seen this type of response after previous mass vaccination efforts driven by the federal government. Even the H1N1 vaccine did not elicit this type of response.
In Florida alone, we saw a 1,700% increase in reporting after the launch of the COVID-19 vaccine, compared to a 400% increase in vaccine administration during the same period. Reporting of life-threatening conditions increased by 4,400%,” Ladapo said.
“The COVID-19 pandemic brought many challenges that the field of health and medicine has never faced,” read a notice from state officials.
“While the initial response was driven by a sense of urgency and crisis management, the State Surgeon General believes it is critical that, as public health professionals, responses are tailored to the present to chart a data-driven future”, reads a notice from state officials.
The statement references a report from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), a system administered by the US Department of Health and Human Services for recording vaccine-related injuries. vaccines.
In 2021, 41,473 vaccine-related injuries were reported in Florida, a massive increase from 2,466 the previous year. VAERS data is self-reported and cases submitted to the system do not need to be verified by a physician.
However, it does allow regulators to be alerted to potential negative trends associated with available vaccines. Florida Health also cites a US study published in September that found that one in 550 recipients of the Covid vaccine suffered an adverse event.
Florida Health also cites a US study published in September that found that one in 550 recipients of the Covid vaccine suffered an adverse event.
“Which is much higher than other vaccines,” the statement said.
The study focused on clinical trials conducted for Pfizer and Moderna’s vaccines to initially gain Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval in late 2020.
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