Data reveals rise in young Australians complaining of heart problems linked to vaccine rollouts

South Australia’s public health system has seen a spike in the number of 15 to 44-year-olds complaining of heart problems during two major vaccine rollout periods, according to new data from the state health department , SA Health.

Data obtained under the Freedom of Information Act by Senator Alex Antic revealed that from 2019 to 2020 there were around 1,000 to 1,300 “cardiac presentations” per month in public hospitals in South Australia.

Cardiac presentations include heart problems, chest pain, and inflammation issues like myocarditis and pericarditis.

From July 2021, the number of presentations began to climb from 1,300 in July to 1,688 in August before reaching a peak of 2,172 in November.

Meanwhile, state governments in Australia were pushing for individuals to get shot with two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.

A range of measures have also been used to encourage participation, including allowing those vaccinated to keep their jobs, cross national borders, visit retailers and even go to theatres.

In early 2022, data from SA Health showed a slight drop in cardiac presentations to 1,520 in February before dropping to 1,953 in March, around the time of the first booster rollout. The numbers have since stabilized at around 1,300 to 1,400 cases per month until September 2022.

Australia currently has one of the highest vaccination rates in the world, with 95.9% of over-16s having received two doses of a vaccine and 72.3% with the booster (the third dose).

The data revealed no increase in cardiac presentations in other age groups outside of the 15-44 year cohort.

It also found that the number of people admitted to a public hospital remained the same throughout the vaccination rollout, at around 250 to 300 per month, suggesting that doctors did not identify the need for the vaccines. patients to spend the night.

Similar trends around the world

Recent studies have suggested a link between increased heart problems and the vaccine.

On April 28, a study found a 25% increase in youth emergency calls based on data from Israel’s National Emergency Medical Services.

“They found there was a more than 25% increase in emergency calls about cardiac arrest and acute coronary syndrome – an umbrella term used for coronary problems associated with a sudden reduction in blood flow to the heart. , according to the Mayo Clinic – for young adults, ages 16 to 39, compared to the same time period in 2019 and 2020,” the study states.

While in June, a French study revealed that the risk of myocarditis had jumped a week after vaccination, with 18-25 year olds having a 44 times higher risk of having the disease, and those taking the Pfizer vaccine seeing a 13 times higher risk.

In response to data from SA Health, Antic told the Federal Senate that myocarditis and pericarditis were two heart conditions known to be associated with mRNA injection, which Australia’s Therapeutic Goods Administration acknowledges.

“Despite this well-established fact, the injections have been imposed on thousands of Australians, and talking about these incursions on freedom has made one branded an anti-vaxxer or a peddler of dangerous misinformation,” he said. he declared on November 21.

“This injection campaign will go down as the greatest scandal in medical history – and none of you said a single thing.”

Australia’s Department of Social Services estimated in the August budget update that the government could be liable for up to $77 million ($49.35 million) in vaccine injury payments over the course of the next exercise.

The Epoch Times reached out to SA Health for comment, but did not receive a response by press time.

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Daniel Y. Teng is based in Sydney. It focuses on national affairs, including federal politics, the response to COVID-19 and Australia-China relations. Do you have any advice? Contact him at [email protected]

Data reveals rise in young Australians complaining of heart problems linked to vaccine rollouts

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