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The Israeli Study on Heart Damage and Long Covid

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By Chris Martenson
June 7, 2022

The Israeli Study on Heart Damage and Long Covid

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By Chris Martenson on
June 7, 2022
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Many have been concerned about the syndrome that is called “Long Covid.” While a very real situation for many, it lacks a precise definition which is why it’s called a syndrome.

It is a diverse collection of symptoms that vary widely between people.

We can now report that according to a comprehensive study from Israel that neither myocarditis nor pericarditis are associated with Long Covid (defined in the study as the period of time +10 days post-positive Covid test and six months).

A second Israeli study that compared emergency service calls for cardiac issues (heart attacks and acute cardiac symptoms) to both Covid case counts and vaccination programs found that vaccinations were most likely responsible for a 25% increase in such cases in 16-39-year-old people.

The data is continuing to stack up; these vaccines are indeed responsible for serious cardiac damage which are not yet fully studied or properly understood.

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