Monday, July 22, 2024
HomeBig TechCOVID Vaccines Linked To Slight Risk Of Severe Medical Issues

COVID Vaccines Linked To Slight Risk Of Severe Medical Issues

A new study reveals that COVID-19 vaccines are linked to a slightly increased risk of heart, brain, and blood disorders. The study followed nearly 100 million people in eight countries. These people were monitored for specific ailments, including Guillan-Barre Syndrome, blood clots, heart disorders, and more.

Some news outlets are attempting to downplay the study’s findings, saying that only about 190 out of the 100 million people came down with Guillan-Barre, which is the disorder that causes facial paralysis. Others say that any vaccination will have some risk of side effects. Downplaying such a study doesn’t make much sense. If the side effects were negligible at best, no study would probably be released confirming vaccine skeptics’ fears. This study should be taken very seriously.

- Advertisement -


COVID vaccines linked to slight increases in heart, brain, blood disorders

Largest Covid Vaccine Study Yet Finds Links to Health Conditions – Bloomberg

Risks associated with the COVID vaccine identified in study | Fox News

Covid Vaccines Linked To Small Increase In Heart And Brain Disorders, Study Finds—But Risk From Infection Is Far Higher

COVID-19 vaccine linked to possible health issues: study

‘Everything has a potential risk’: Largest COVID-19 study finds link between vaccine & heart, br… – YouTube

- Advertisement -

Most Popular

Recent Comments