Ontario reached a new low last week after the government confirmed 521 cases of myocarditis/pericarditis following inoculation with the still-widely-mandated COVID vaccine.
“As of November 7, 2021, there have been 521 reports of myocarditis or pericarditis following receipt of COVID-19 mRNA vaccines in Ontario,” writes Public Health Ontario (PHO) in a report.
“These reports have been identified through case-level review of all reported AEFIs. Of these, 138 (26.5%) were diagnosed with myocarditis and 239 (45.9%) were diagnosed with pericarditis. The remaining 144 (27.6%) were diagnosed with perimyocarditis (n=21), myopericarditis (n=119) and myocarditis/pericarditis (n=4).”
Moreover, the rate of incidents of post-vaccine myocarditis appears to be increasing, as 45 new cases were reported in just the last week, marking a 9.45 per cent increase in a single week.
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