The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Vaccine Safety Review Committee announced the start of investigations into reports of a very small number of teens and young adults developing heart problems and infections after receiving anti-Coronavirus vaccinations.
The committee’s statement was scattered in details. “Relatively few” cases of young people who received the vaccine had suffered from heart muscle infections and that these infections had occurred.
She added that the US Center for Disease Control’s review of these reports is still in its early stages, and the authority has not yet determined whether there is any evidence that vaccines caused heart disease, and yet it has published some guidelines on its website for doctors to be alert to heart symptoms other than Regular among young people who have just received their doses.
The committee clarified that the center’s monitoring systems did not discover a greater number than expected among those who received the vaccination, but indicated that the committee members recommended that health care providers should be notified of these reports.
And experts in the United States confirmed that the possible rare side effects of myocarditis are “dull” compared to the potential risks of infection with COVID-19.
The United States approved earlier this month the use of the (Pfizer-Bionic) vaccine for children between the ages of 12 to 15 years