November 29, 2021

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Six EU countries suspended Moderna COVID-19 vaccine for young people

Six EU countries suspended Moderna COVID-19 vaccine for young people



 

More countries suspended Moderna COVID-19 vaccine for young people. 

News breaking: This morning, the Moderna vaccine has been banned by another country. The German Vaccination Committee (STIKO) advises people under 30 not to use this COVID-19 vaccine because it is rare. Risk of heart disease!

 

And just yesterday, the French and Swedish governments have just announced that people under the age of 30 will stop using the Moderna vaccine.

The highest health advisory body in France officially announced yesterday that it would not recommend that people under the age of 30 in the country be vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine produced by the American Moderna Pharmaceutical Factory.

The reason is that the vaccine has a higher risk of side effects in people of this age group, which will cause Heart-related diseases.

 

Immediately, the Swedish health officer also quickly decided to suspend indefinitely the Moderna vaccine for people under 30.

 

At the same time, the Nordic countries Finland, Iceland and Denmark have also taken similar measures-Norway is encouraging men under the age of 30 not to get the vaccine, but it has not yet made mandatory requirements because the country already has data showing that it is vaccinated. Of young men are at increased risk of myocarditis and pericarditis.

 

As of today, a total of six countries including France, Finland, Germany, Sweden, Iceland and Denmark no longer recommend the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine to people under the age of 30, because it will cause them to have a higher risk of developing myocarditis.

 

The following figure shows the number and proportion of deaths, injuries and various disabilities in the vaccine adverse reaction system as of October 8, 2021:

 

Six EU countries suspended Moderna COVID-19 vaccine for young people

 

We must know that the German decision to stop the Moderna vaccine was made at a time when the number of new coronavirus cases reported in the country hit a record high. Because Moderna vaccine has caused myocarditis in young people in Germany one after another, the German permanent vaccination committee, therefore, only recommends Pfizer vaccine for people under 30 years old.

 

Six EU countries suspended Moderna COVID-19 vaccine for young people

 

However, for people over the age of 30, STIKO said that even if they were vaccinated with Moderna, the risk of heart disease did not increase. However, it is still recommended that pregnant women, regardless of whether they are above or below 30 years old, choose only to vaccinate Pfizer.

 

It is reported that these data are released by Paul Ehrlich Insitute, a government agency responsible for monitoring and evaluating vaccine side effects and complications.

 

Not only these European countries, the United States is also delaying the approval of the Moderna childhood vaccine. The Pfizer vaccine is recommended for children 5-11 years old. According to the VAERS website, nearly 4,000 Americans in the United States have died after being vaccinated with Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine.

 

Dr. McCullough, an American cardiologist and former deputy director of the Department of Internal Medicine at Baylor University Medical Center, said: The number of heart inflammation cases in the United States has increased by 21,000% within 4 months, mainly affecting young men. “In June 2021, the Centers for Disease Control said there were 200 Cases of myocarditis. But by October, we have 10,304 cases.”

 

Six EU countries suspended Moderna COVID-19 vaccine for young people

 

Some industry insiders have also made the final question:

France and Germany are now recommending that people under 30 not be vaccinated with Moderna vaccine. Will the United States follow suit soon?

 

Six EU countries suspended Moderna COVID-19 vaccine for young people

 

 

 

 

 

Six EU countries suspended Moderna COVID-19 vaccine for young people. 

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