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CDC Quietly Revises Booster Recommendations for Young Men

CDC Quietly Revises Booster Recommendations for Young Men

CDC recommends males ages 12- to 39-years-old wait eight weeks between the first and second doses of Pfizer’s and Moderna’s vaccines to “decrease the small, but potential risk of myocarditis.”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TAYdlpbVUNA

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has been very busy recently revising recommendations.

The agency recently amended its mask guidelines, now allowing communities to take in to account the level of hospitalizations in an areas rather than just relying on case counts. Now it is recommending that younger males should consider waiting longer between doses of Pfizer’s and Moderna’s vaccines to reduce a rare risk of heart inflammation.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updated its COVID-19 vaccine guidance on Tuesday to recommend that some Americans over the age of 12 who have received a first mRNA vaccine dose, wait up to eight weeks before getting their second dose, instead of the previously recommended three to four.

Several studies suggest that an extended interval between initial dosing may help improve vaccine effectiveness and decrease the small, but potential risk of myocarditis, a rare form of heart inflammation that occurs after vaccination, the agency wrote.

I will note that the mainstream media is stressing “rare” cases of myocarditis. However, an NBC report does indicate that the CDC has found a link between the vaccines and the condition and highlights the reported numbers.

Myocarditis is an inflammation of the heart muscle than can result in serious health problems, according to the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute. Myocarditis most commonly occurs after viral infections, but the CDC has also found a link with between Moderna’s and Pfizer’s shots and myocarditis, particularly after the second dose.

The risk of myocarditis among men ages 18 to 39 is about 1.5 times higher after a second Moderna dose than with Pfizer’s vaccine. Men in this age group report about 68 myocarditis cases per 1 million Moderna second doses administered, compared with 47 myocarditis cases per 1 million Pfizer second doses administered.

Most patients who develop myocarditis after Covid vaccination respond well to medicine and recover fully, according the CDC.

However, I would like to note for the record that this announcement has been made at the end of the week that has included a very robust new cycle centered around Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Additionally, earlier this month, Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) had some very pointed questions for Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin about information obtained from three whistleblowers who are all physicians. One of those whistleblowers indicated reported cases of myocarditis in service personnel had been removed from the database.

On Tuesday, Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), ranking member of the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, sent a letter to Department of Defense (DOD) Secretary Lloyd Austin highlighting concerning reports from three DOD whistleblowers about injuries to servicemen and women potentially related to the COVID-19 vaccines. At the senator’s January 24 roundtable titled COVID-19: A Second Opinion, the senator heard testimony about data from a DOD database showing dramatic increases in medical diagnoses among military personnel.

The senator wrote, “Based on data from the Defense Medical Epidemiology Database (DMED), Thomas Renz, an attorney who is representing three Department of Defense (DoD) whistleblowers, reported that these whistleblowers found a significant increase in registered diagnoses on DMED for miscarriages, cancer, and many other medical conditions in 2021 compared to a five-year average from 2016-2020. For example, at the roundtable Renz stated that registered diagnoses for neurological issues increased 10 times from a five-year average of 82,000 to 863,000 in 2021.”

Senator Johnson also raised concerns that “some DMED data showing registered diagnoses of myocarditis had been removed from the database.”

I covered Sen. Johnson’s “Second Opinion” panel earlier this month. A copy of the letter, which includes a break down of health conditions that have exploded in the wake of vaccinations can be found HERE.

Sadly, it appears the global human experiment will continue with no transparency or accountability.

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They are releasing this because the truth is way worse than they admit and that age range is QUITE large (probably larger).

A friend in his late 50s and in good shape got the jab and went into a-fib w/in 2 weeks. No family history of that at all.

Murderers

Meanwhile, European soccer players continue to drop like flies.

I seem to remember that, not too long ago, claiming a connection between the vaccines and myocarditis or any kind of adverse reaction would get you labeled a conspiracy theorist or purveyor of ‘misinformation’ and you’d risk being de-platformed.

Now that the CDC is acknowledging the risk, aren’t they admitting to having been purveyors of misinformation themselves by claiming the contrary?

It also follows that those claiming a connection were actually right and not conspiracy theorists after all, doesn’t it?

Where do we go to get our apologies and our reputations back?

Wait, the CDC is still relevant?

    Olinser in reply to natdj. | February 27, 2022 at 3:32 pm

    To anybody outside the DC bubble – no, it isn’t.

    Notice how suddenly Fauci has simply… disappeared? He’s poison to anybody not an insane mask Karen, and the Democrats know it.

    The last 2 years have been a case study in how an organization developed a positive reputation that was completely and utterly unearned by simply not doing anything wrong, but the minute they were thrust into the spotlight, it became obvious just how insane, corrupt, and incompetent they were as an organization.

My opinion is no more at all but the damage is done.

    willow in reply to Skip. | February 27, 2022 at 8:30 pm

    Yes! It is too late to space out the vaccines because a high percentage of males were part of non-voluntary study. I am sick for the people who were forced into vaccinations for various reasons.

Glad to see the regime heading in the direction of what “the science” always was.

    Only because they’ve been ‘caught’.
    They’ll go right back to their fascist tricks in a few days.

    Our government is completely corrupted, from our own political party (look at the swamp garbage heading it: McConnell, McCarthy, Rona Romney) onwards,

    Perhaps in a generation of purges, we can trust it again, but the federal government has made itself as great an enemy of freedom as any outside force.

    I’ll say it till I’m blue in the face, but we’ll last as 50 states, and in the long run, that is probably a good thing for freedom loving people who leave the swamp behind.

My dear Nephews are in that cohort. Last time I spoke with the oldest, he voiced his regrets. I know why he did it, out of concern for his wife’s sick parents. He is a great young man. I can’t help but worry.

TBH I don’t think anyone will face any repercussions. CDC is toast.

I’m waiting for the mourners of the victims to find a judge who will connect the dots and disavow the blanket protection. granted to Pfizer & Moderna.

Criminal conspiracy between companies and the bureaucrats who approved blanket protection will get blown out of the water, the sooner the better, There are good reasons why time periods of study are required. Haste makes waste and there has been so many piles of government money handed out to too many greedy people.

They keep LYING about the data. They keep releasing false or misleading data. They keep withholding data that shows they may be wrong.

The Pandemic taught me a new term for data: Counter Factual.

Hmm, I wonder is this part of the data they didn’t want to release because it might be properly interpreted? Or is this part of the data they wanted 75 years to release? Either way it’s quite demonstrative of just how much they’ve been lying about everything and who knows how many young men have been permanently injured by this now.

Small doesn’t mean what they claim it means. I also believe they’re straight up lying about the incidence of myocarditis in middle aged and older men. It’s too easy to chalk up such cases as pre-existing conditions unrelated to being vaxed. Which is funny, because all-cause myocarditis and autoimmune conditions are up sharply. No large-scale cause for this can be determined (but only because the the obvious one would violate the narrative).

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