They had initially based their estimate on a total of 32,379 vaccines doses and 32 cases of myocarditis, when in reality more than 854,000 doses had been given between June 1 to July 31.
The study was a pre-print, meaning it had yet to be peer reviewed by independent experts and accepted for publication in a reputable science journal. During the pandemic the need for scientific answers over the Covid-19 crisis and vaccine effectiveness has meant pre-print studies have been highlighted much earlier than normal.
Jesus fucking christ imagine living in this selfish, pathetic, scared little world…
But if those people are worried about it then they can get your vaccine right? And also… imagine fucking with kids because of your own irrational fear?
You are the one who said I was wrong for saying covid doesn’t effect kids…I made the post with the link to show you (again) the numbers. We aren’t talking about masking at the moment which is obviously ridiculous and evil and I’m glad you agree.
I mean, there are crazy outliers in all segments of society. More kids die from the flu annually than COVID. So yes, I think the broad statement that COVID doesn’t affect kids is highly accurate.
The data retraction that was fantastic recently was The NY Times claim that 900,000 kids have been hospitalized by COVID. The follow up retraction actually corrected the number to $63K or so. Just a slight exaggeration, huh?
The mistakes usually go one way, as I’ve been saying.
During the study period there were 1,615 and 1,574 admissions or deaths related to myocarditis and pericarditis, respectively (14 patients had both), and 385,508 related to cardiac arrhythmias. The characteristics of individuals with myocarditis, pericarditis and cardiac arrhythmias in the 1–28 days postvaccination differed by condition and according to the vaccine administered (Table 2). Supplementary Table 1 shows the characteristics of patients who died for the individual outcomes in the 1–28 days following a first or second dose of COVID-19 vaccine or SARS-CoV-2 infection. Table 3and Fig. 1 show the number of patients with outcome events in each exposure time period and the incidence rate ratios (IRRs) and 95% CIs for outcomes in the exposure risk periods.