Questions continue to arise due to an uptick in cardiac-related deaths and injuries in adolescent males.

The uptick has occurred since the rollout of the Covid-19 vaccine.

Florida Surgeon General Joseph A. Ladapo recently released a report regarding the mRNA Covid-19 vaccine.

The report raised concerns over risks associated with the mRNA Covid-19 vaccine.

One of the most concerning findings in the report was that the Surgeon General’s office found an increased risk of cardiac-related deaths for men aged 18-39.

Now, a Senior Coroner in Nottinghamshire in the United Kingdom has opened an inquest into a 13-year-old boy’s death after he suddenly collapsed and died during a soccer match.

The initial cause of death given was a ‘sudden cardiac death’, with the post-mortem examination finding that the teenager had a healthy heart.

The Western Journal Reports

The tragic passing of a 13-year-old boy in England has started to raise quite a few questions, despite officials determining a “provisional” cause of death.

Samuel Victor Ovie Akwasi died on May 7 at the Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham, shortly after collapsing during a soccer match. Akwasi had just scored a goal while playing for FC Cavaliers in the 13-and-under division before he collapsed on the grass near a tree, according to the Nottingham Post.

Mairin Casey, Senior Coroner for Nottinghamshire, opened an inquest into the teenager’s death on Wednesday as more details emerged.

“He was aged just 13 years at the time of his death and he died at the Queen’s Medical Centre,” Casey said. “A post-mortem examination was conducted, and the provisional cause of death given by a pathologist was ‘sudden cardiac death with a morphologically normal heart.’”

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