LONDON, ENGLAND — A study led by Vahé Nafilyan, senior statistician at the United Kingdom’s Office for National Statistics (ONS), published this past Monday in the journal Nature Communications found that “receiving a first dose of a non-mRNA vaccine was associated with an increased risk of cardiac death in young women” – identifying AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine as the culprit, Zero Hedge reported.
A breakdown of data indicated that the risk of cardiac death among young women was three times higher in the 12 weeks following any dose of non-mRNA vaccination, compared with the longer-term risk. When only the first dose was included, young women’s risk of cardiac death become 3.5 times higher within 12 weeks of vaccination.
The news comes the same week as the World Health Organization updated its COVID vaccine guidelines, effectively stating that injection of children 6 to 17 years old is no longer recommended.
“The public health impact of vaccinating healthy children and adolescents is comparatively much lower than the established benefits of traditional essential vaccines for children – such as the rotavirus, measles, and pneumococcal conjugate vaccines – and of COVID-19 vaccines for high and medium priority groups,” the WHO writes.
Renowned cardiologist and COVID vaccine critic Dr. Peter McCullough stated on Thursday that there was never any reduction in hospitalization or death attributable to COVID vaccines – pointing to systematically flawed studies on the subject.
“There are two major determinants of hospitalization and death that have not been handled in every paper claiming the vaccines worked: 1) early treatment for COVID-19 at home that would prevent a hospitalization or death and 2) natural immunity from a prior infection,” Dr. McCullough wrote.
“All of the COVID-19 vaccines should be removed from the market and we should begin the investigative phase into how this massive program failed to stop COVID-19,” he added.