Japanese Health Ministry warns of COVID vaccine’s side effects

The following article was published by NHK last December 4, 2021.

The report says, “Japan’s health ministry has listed inflammation of the heart muscle and of the outer lining of the heart in younger males as possible serious side effects of the Moderna and Pfizer COVID vaccines”.

The health ministry says that the risk for heart inflammation is 81.79/million vaccinated males aged 10 to 19 years and 48.76/million vaccinated males in their 20s.

Aside from adding heart inflammation as a serious side effect of the mRNA vaccines, the health ministry will also require hospitals to create a detailed report of individuals who developed the symptoms within 28 days after being vaccinated.

Editor’s Note: Although the FDA has made the same warning for Pfizer and Moderna in July 2021, nothing much has come from it. [See FDA adds heart inflammation warning to Pfizer, Moderna experimental vaccines]. The US government continued to tout the “safety and effectiveness” of these mRNA injections.

Real monitoring on the cases of heart inflammation particularly among young males has largely been neglected, and the government has continued to vaccinate young people despite the ever-increasing risk for heart inflammation.

Now the data is out. Will Japan, at the very least, suspend these “vaccines” for young people? Or will they follow the footsteps of the US FDA and ignore the devastation these “vaccines” are causing young people? [see COVID Vaccines Would Kill 117 Children Aged Five to 11-Year-Olds in Order to Save One Child Dying from COVID, Expert: Costs of COVID Vaccines Outweigh Benefits, Randy Hillier: Investigate the sudden deaths among young people, Expert Asks FDA: Why are kids “Dropping like Flies” after COVID Vaccine?, Journal article confirms younger males at higher risk of myocarditis following COVID vaccination, VAERS cases, “just the tip of the iceberg”, One in 9 Children Suffered Severe Adverse Reaction from the COVID Vaccine].

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