(FreedomBeacon.com)- Using research that showed an 84 percent rise in the frequency of cardiac-related mortality, Florida Surgeon General Dr. Joseph A. Ladapo released new recommendations for mRNA COVID-19 vaccinations. However, Twitter swiftly memory-holed this information from Dr. Ladapo’s account.
A self-controlled case series, a method first created to assess vaccination safety, was used in the Florida Department of Health study.
Within 28 days of the mRNA immunization, this department discovered an 84% rise in the relative frequency of cardiac-related deaths in boys aged 18 to 39.
According to the research, “stratifying by age group indicated RIs were considerably greater for age groups 25 to 39 and 60 or older.”
It said men over 60 had a 10% higher chance of dying from cardiac-related problems within 28 days of receiving the mRNA vaccine.
Consequently, Florida’s Surgeon General now advises against giving mRNA COVID-19 vaccinations to males between 18 and 39.
According to a department news statement, “those with previous heart diseases, such as myocarditis and pericarditis, should exercise great care while making this choice.”
Surgeon General Dr. Ladapo, whose first Tweet announcing this information was taken down from Twitter, said that studying the safety and effectiveness of any drugs, including vaccinations, is a vital component of public health. These are significant facts that should be shared with Floridians.
“Far less attention has been devoted to safety, and the concerns of many people have been rejected,” the report states.
The research concluded that none of the populations were at higher risk from non-mRNA vaccinations.
Studies on the mRNA COVID-19 vaccination have shown adverse health consequences, such as disrupted menstrual cycles in women, decreased sperm count in males, and cardiovascular issues in kids and young people. Also, COVID-19 vaccinations were found in new moms’ breast milk.
Many studies have shown that natural immunity is superior to COVID-19 immunization and that the advised booster cycle may not provide patients with the full level of protection that was promised, raising concerns about the vaccines’ actual effectiveness.
The creator of the mRNA vaccine technology, Dr. Robert Malone, has also often attacked Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccinations and warned of health hazards, especially in young children.
Pfizer said it is now developing a novel mRNA flu vaccine despite these reservations.