Study Says COVID Vaccine is ‘Favorable’ Despite Listing Side Effects for Children

A study has claimed that COVID-19 vaccines are safe for children while also listing numerous dangerous side effects from the inoculation.

Researchers assessed the data of 5.1 million children in England to determine vaccine safety outcomes 42 days post-COVID-19 vaccination.

According to the study, the “increased risk of myocarditis after the first dose of BNT162b2 was only observed in females, while the increased risk following the second dose was observed in males only.”

The study also noted an “increased risk” in the development of demyelinating disease, myocarditis, appendicitis, acute pancreatitis, Guillain-Barre syndrome, epilepsy, and other health concerns following COVID-19 inoculation.

Despite these numerous side effects, the researchers claimed that the shots had a “favourable safety profile.”

American Faith reported that a preprint study linked heart inflammation in children to the COVID-19 vaccine.

Only children who received the vaccine suffered from heart inflammation, not those who had the virus and remained unvaccinated.

“Among both adolescents and children, myocarditis and pericarditis were documented only in the vaccinated groups,” the study found.