Several cases of heart problems have been identified after being vaccinated against COVID-19. Scientific committees are still trying to find a connection between the two.
Patients, usually young people, suffer from heartburn shortly after receiving the vaccine.
These problems have not yet been proven to be reactions to the vaccine.
So far two types of fires have been mentioned.
“Pericarditis is an inflammation of the heart muscle, myocarditis is an inflammation of the heart muscle,” TVA Novelles, head of the cardiology department at the University of Montreal Institute, explained in an interview with Peter Gera.
These problems have been reported in about 300 cases, which is very rare.
Medications were effective, and these cases healed quickly.
The government indications are in favor of the vaccine, as the cardiologist recalls, “there is still more benefit from vaccination than reverse.”
Watch the interview in the video above.