๐—”๐—Ÿ๐—”๐—ฅ๐— ๐—œ๐—ก๐—š: โ€˜Unusual Surgeโ€™ in Severe Myocarditis Cases Strikes Newborns and Infants in the UK

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The WHO issued a warning regarding an โ€œunusual surgeโ€ of myocarditis cases in babies that were born within the United Kingdom.

The increase in myocarditis has been dramatic. A hospital in the South Wales region reported only one myocarditis case in infants and newborns over the past six years.

However, over a span of less than a year, between June 2022 and April 2023, โ€œten babies under 28 days of age presented with symptoms of myocarditisโ€ at that same hospital.

โ€œI know what youโ€™re thinking at this point,โ€ said Epoch Times host Roman Balmakov. โ€œWhat could have possibly led to this increase in myocarditis cases in babies during the years 2022 to 2023? Could it have anything to do with the large-scale push to get everyone in the country, including pregnant women, fully vaccinated?โ€

The World Health Organization (WHO) suspects that the enterovirus could be the cause of this troubling rise in myocarditis rates. However, they recognize that occurrences of myocarditis due to this virus are typically โ€œrare.โ€

It remains puzzling as to why the WHO is not considering or pursuing an inquiry into whether the experimental vaccine, which has been administered to millions of pregnant women, might potentially be linked to this troubling trend.

The Pfizer Documents detail that โ€œtransplacentalโ€ exposure to the vaccine can and does happen.

Perhaps the WHO should take a closer look and investigate if this disturbing phenomenon has anything to do with the sudden rise in myocarditis rates among newborns in the UK.

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