Health officials in west Scotland are at a loss to explain why there was a sudden rise in heart attacks and blocked arteries during the summer of 2021.
“There was a 25% rise in the number of people rushed to the Golden Jubilee National Hospital in Clydebank with partially blocked arteries cutting blood supply to the heart,” The Times reported. Typically, the hospital sees around 240 patients with the condition in a given month, but this year that rose to 300.
While one cardiologist blamed the mounting heart problems in Scotland on an increased sedentary life and ignoring symptoms due to the COVID lockdown, no one in the article mentioned the COVID vaccines as a possible connection to the heart attacks or clogged arteries.
In the U.S., the CDC is monitoring reported cases of myocarditis and pericarditis after receipt of the vaccine.
蘇格蘭西部的衛生官員無法解釋為什麼 2021 年夏天心髒病發作和動脈阻塞突然增加。
《泰晤士報》報導說：“因動脈部分阻塞導致心臟供血不足，被送往克萊德班克金禧國家醫院的人數增加了 25%。” 通常情況下，醫院在一個月內會接診約 240 名患有這種疾病的患者，但今年這一數字上升到了 300 名。
雖然一位心髒病專家將蘇格蘭日益嚴重的心臟問題歸咎於因 COVID 封鎖導致的久坐生活增加和忽視症狀，但文章中沒有人提到 COVID 疫苗可能與心髒病發作或動脈阻塞有關。