Heart Attack: Corona can cause heart attack! Shocked by the revelations of top WHO official
heart attack: Recently, many people are associating the increasing cases of heart attack with the side effects of the corona virus and its vaccine, but now Soumya Swaminathan, former chief scientist of the World Health Organisation, has given a big information. About this. He clarified that the risk of heart attack after corona virus is 4 to 5 percent higher than after vaccination. Soumya Swaminathan told the media that it is well established that the risk of heart attack, diabetes and stroke increases after infection with the corona virus. The risk of heart attack after covid is 4 to 5 percent more than after vaccination.
Covid is responsible for high blood pressure after Covid infection. Significantly, WH and many other experts have repeatedly warned that Kovid can cause many fatal diseases including heart attack, nervous system failure. At the same time, what is the risk of corona virus infection to the person who gets the Covid vaccine? On this question, the former WHO official said that the risk is low. The virus will mutate in such a way that the immunity provided by the vaccine will be ineffective against it. That’s why its constant monitoring is necessary. Earlier, a research published in Britain’s prestigious Royal Society of Medicine Journal claimed that 59 per cent of patients severely affected by COVID-19 developed organ failure almost a year after the initial symptoms.
This includes patients who did not become seriously ill after being previously infected. The study included 536 people who were affected by Kovid for a long time and during this time they faced shortness of breath and other health problems. The researchers reported that 331 of these 536 patients had organ failure six months after the first confirmed infection. After six months, the researchers performed a 40-minute long ‘multi-organ MRI scan’ on these patients. That finding confirmed that 29 per cent of patients affected by Covid had some organ damage. While 59 percent of patients lost their limb about a year after infection.