As the Covid-19 vaccine debate rages on, doctors in Florida are now being told to warn those who get the shot that it could cause serious side effects, including heart attacks.

On Wednesday, Florida medical professionals were sent a warning that adverse reactions to the Covid vaccine in the state have increased by 1,700% from 2020 to 2021, including a major spike in life-threatening conditions.

A notice from state officials said, “The COVID-19 pandemic brought many challenges that the health and medical field have never encountered.”

“Although the initial response was led by a sense of urgency and crisis management, the State Surgeon General believes it is critical that as public health professionals, responses are adapted to the present to chart a future guided by data,” the notice continued.

The notice cites data from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), which uses self-reported information to gather data. The cases submitted do not need to be verified.

Another source cited in the notice is an American study published in September that found one in every 550 recipients of the Covid vaccine suffered adverse reactions, much higher than the risk of other vaccines.

Another study done by Israeli researchers is cited in the Florida notice which observed a 25% increase in cardiac events in their nation in the months after the introduction of the Covid vaccine.

Researchers did note, however, that there is not evidence of a linkage between these figures and the Covid vaccine. They said, “While not establishing causal relationships, the findings raise concerns regarding vaccine-induced undetected severe cardiovascular side-effects and underscore the already established causal relationship between vaccines and myocarditis, a frequent cause of unexpected cardiac arrest in young individuals.”

Despite the warnings that Florida medical professionals are being advised to issue about the Covid-19 vaccine, CBS News recently brought in their public health specialist to flip the narrative on its head.

Now that it is difficult for the Left to continue ignoring the rise in cardiac events, they are trying to quickly point at a different potential cause: Covid-19 itself.

CBS News’ Dr. Celine Gounder was brought on the network to address a study that found deaths were 30% higher than predicted in the first two years of the pandemic as heart attack deaths are increasing in young adults ages 25-44.

“I think the fact that you’re seeing such a big increase specifically in the youngest age group… we saw this 30% increase in the death from heart attack, and that really is quite striking,” said Gounder.

Gounder then attributed the cause of this shocking increase in deadly cardiac events in young adults to the pandemic, avoiding any mention of the experimental vaccines.

She suggested that younger people could be experiencing cardiac events because they are “less likely to protect themselves against Covid than older people, less likely to mask, less likely to take other mitigation measures, and they were also farther back in line to get vaccinated, so they were not protected [by] the vaccination until later in the pandemic.”


So, now CBS is suggesting that because individuals in the most impacted age range didn’t the vaccine quickly enough, they could be experiencing these adverse effects as a result.

It is important to keep in mind that The Grammy’s on CBS was sponsored by Pfizer, so it’s not surprising that the network is working extra hard to control the narrative about vaccines and make it seem like the vaccines aren’t the cause of the abnormal spike in cardiac events in young people, but rather the antidote.

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