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Pfizer vaccine to be safer against deadly diseases than not being vaccinated

Since the day the news channels get bombarded with the daily forthcoming headlines about the ongoing covid-19 pandemic, the stressful atmosphere has been on a high rise. Some of the reports have shown a probable link between Pfizer’s vaccine & an increased risk of developing myocarditis. Myocarditis is an inflammation of the heart muscle and can further lead to heart failure. 

On the contrary, myocarditis in unvaccinated people is claimed to be more in numbers. The study published in the New England Journal of Medicine revealed that vaccinated people are less prone to heart inflammation risk. Numbers have shown that the Pfizer vaccine against covid is safe. Thus, more focus is put on people to get their vaccine shot.

Rare cases have shown adverse effects on vaccinated people. Myocarditis events are said to be observed more in young male citizens after the completion of their second dose. However, dozens of vaccinated people have to go through the symptoms of myocarditis. People who are skeptical about getting jabbed should get aware of the positive elements of getting a vaccination. The results have shown that the vaccination is very safe and there is no need to question the vaccine procedure. 

Data has proved the given fact. Out of 1,00,000 vaccinated individuals, 2.7 excess cases  of myocarditis were found. On the other hand, 11 excess cases of myocarditis have been found among vaccine skeptical individuals. Vaccinations are also functioning as a medium to control cardiac arrhythmias, kidney damage, pericarditis, pulmonary embolism, deep vein thrombosis, and stroke diseases. Medical sectors have shown the green light for the usage of Pfizer’s vaccine, seeing its extraordinary results. Thus, doctors have advised that getting jab done is the need of the hour and every person should get vaccinated if they want to fight with this deadly spread of covid-19.

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