The cases of heart inflammation suffered by children under 17 years of age have now reached 397; these were observed after the application of vaccines against the COVID-19 or CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus of the Pfizer brand.

This is stated in the weekly report of the CDC, as of July 30, based on data voluntarily provided by users of the system. 

In addition to heart inflammation, 9,246 adverse side effects, including 14 deaths, were reported between Dec. 14 and July 16. 

It should be noted that one study estimates that only one percent of all adverse events are reported on the corresponding page. 

While the emergency-licensed drug used as a ‘vaccine’ could already be injected in those over 16 years of age since December, on May 10 it was extended to adolescents between 12 and 15 years of age. 

The appearance of myocarditis occurred after authorization had been granted for this group of minors, but despite its seriousness, the rule has not been modified and vaccination continues.

Myocarditis also affected people of other ages; as of June 9, VAERS reported 623 cases among those aged 30 years or younger. The numbers are higher than expected.

The subjection of children to the controversial treatment has generated many warnings from scientists such as German microbiology and epidemiology specialist Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi, who emphasized the dangers involved. 

However, a senior Pfizer executive announced that they will continue with younger children, aged 5 to 11 years, who could be vaccinated around September or October. 

The project includes even six-month-olds, although the risk of infection for children is very low. 

On the other hand, the profusion of vaccines produced in the short period of a few months after the appearance of the CCP virus is one of the elements that generates doubts among people who have not yet decided to take this medicine. 

In a world record period, 19 vaccines were delivered to consumers. In addition, the FDA granted approval for the drug. FDA granted emergency approval to vaccines developed by Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson in less than a year, even though the process usually takes 10 to 15 years.

While big pharmaceuticals increase their revenues disproportionately by continuing to produce billions of doses, governments support vaccination campaigns by imposing restrictions on those who do not take the medicine. 

However, even those who take them are not free from limitations to their freedom, since they do not see any health relief because they continue to infect and contaminate others and in many cases must wear masks. 

Simultaneously, the proportions of deaths among those vaccinated become significantly higher than among those who do not take the treatment.

In addition, they are more likely to be pressured to continue taking additional doses, as was recently announced about a third ‘booster’ dose for people over 60 years of age.