Dr Joseph A Ladapo, a famous General surgeon at Florida has recommended not to administer COVID-19 mRNA vaccines to males aged between 19 and 39 years as they can pose the risk of developing cardiac related issues.
Dr Lapedo said his team recently analyzed the effects of COVID-19 mRNA vaccines and found that they can pose an increased risk of cardiac-related deaths.
After the update, the health department of Florida conducted a thorough analysis by undergoing a self controlled self series mainly to evaluate the safety of such vaccines.
The team of specialists studied the mortality rates attached to the mRNA COVID-19 vaccines.
The study found an unbelievable 84% risk of cardiac related deaths after administering these vaccines and concluded that most causalities were seen in males aged between 18 to 39 years.
COVID-19 mRNA Vaccines Pose Risk of Cardiac Related Deaths
The researchers (on the basis of results) cautioned people not to administer mRNA COVID-19 vaccines, especially if they are suffering from conditions like pericarditis and myocarditis.
The researchers also found that non mRNA COVID-19 vaccines posed no risk of developing cardiac related issues in individuals.
This is what Dr Joseph said, “Studying the efficacy and safety of any type of medication happens to be the prime component of public health” he said.
He also said that a lesser attention is being paid towards the safety of people. As these are some specific and crucial findings, it is advised that all Floridians should follow them.
On the contrary, it’s being speculated that India is about to launch its first mRNA COVID-19 vaccine very soon. It’s because the Drug Controller General of India (DCCI) is likely to allow emergency use to Gennova’s mRNA vaccine anytime soon.
In order to create such vaccines, researchers make use of the genetically engineered mRNA. They are allowed to instruct cells to make S-protein found on the surface of the COVID-19 virus.
As per the reports from May Clinic, after such a genetically engineered vaccine is administered, the muscle cells start making enough S-protein pieces and quickly display them on the surface of cells.
The whole process instructs the body to generate antibodies.
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