Covid-19: Canadian government document reports more than 100 cases of young people hospitalized for heart problems linked to mRNA vaccines

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – A report from the Canadian province of Ontario shows that more than 100 people, mostly young people, have been hospitalized with heart inflammation after receiving one of the types of mRNA vaccines. Studies have reported adverse effects from COVID-19 vaccines, some of which have experienced severe reactions, such as deep vein thrombosis, transverse myelitis, and even anaphylactic shock.

According to the Public Health Ontario (PHO) report, as of August 7, 106 people under the age of 25 have been hospitalized with myocarditis related to the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna Covid-19 vaccines.

Myocarditis. (Internet photo reproduction)

The report lists adverse events related to “Covid-19 vaccines” in Ontario that have gone largely unnoticed. These reports are based on communications with the Ontario Public Health Contract and Case Management Solution.

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Broken down by age, 31 of the total cases were reported among 12 to 17 year olds, while 75 were in the 18 to 24 age group. In other words, 80% of all reports involved young people aged 24 or younger.

Overall, 202 emergency room visits were made for heart problems after vaccination across all age groups, of which 146 resulted in hospitalization and three in intensive care unit admission.

Additionally, the report found more cases of myocarditis in people who received two doses of the Moderna vaccine.

“The reporting rate of myocarditis / pericarditis was higher after the second dose of mRNA vaccine than after the first, especially among those who received Moderna vaccine as the second dose in the series (regardless of the drug product). first dose) “, reads the report. States.

However, the report qualifies the mRNA vaccine as safe for young people and “very effective”.

“Covid-19 vaccines continue to be recommended and are very effective in preventing symptomatic infections and severe course of Covid-19 disease, which is also associated with the risk of myocarditis,” the report says.

The report comes as the citizens of Ontario take to the streets to protest the mandatory passports for the covid vaccine that are expected to come into effect at the end of this month.


Myocarditis is an inflammation of the middle layer of the heart wall. It is usually caused by a viral infection. A severe case can weaken the heart, leading to heart failure, abnormal heart rhythms and sudden death.

Symptoms include chest pain, abnormal heartbeat, and shortness of breath.

Treatment may include drugs to regulate the heartbeat and improve heart function. In rare but serious cases, a device may be needed to help the heart work.