Someone in the thread on the vaccination of kids posted a Wired article on the risk of the vaccines in kids. It's fascinating.
If I was Cole Hocker and had just gotten over Covid, there is almost zero chance I'd take the vaccine at this point in time if I had read that.
First, the link between the mRNA vaccines and myocarditis, particularly in young males, is sufficiently clear that the FDA revised its vaccine fact sheets to include a warning about it. As of June 11 (the latest date most data were collected for the meeting), 128 cases within seven days of the second dose had been reported in boys aged 12 to 17, when the CDC’s expected number for that same population was zero to four cases....
In other words, the CDC is suggesting that within this group, it is preferable for 3,000 12- to 17-year-olds to go to the emergency room after getting vaccinated than for 200 12- to 17-year-olds to be hospitalized from Covid-19. (It’s worth noting that visiting the emergency department is not the same as a hospital admission, and perhaps some portion of the visits were unrelated to the vaccine, but even if 90 percent of the ER patients weren’t admitted, that still would equate to 300 admissions, more than the 200 for Covid-19 infection.) Moreover, as two peer-reviewed studies in a journal published by the American Academy of Pediatrics found, at least 40 percent of pediatric Covid-19 hospitalizations were for patients in the hospital merely with Covid-19, not from Covid-19, meaning the 200 hospitalizations Walensky is referencing may really be around 120.
Yes the quote above is 12-17 boys but look at the chart. The table includes 18-24.
Here it is.
It reveals, they expected 1-8 case of myocarditis for males after getting the vaccine. Instead they got 219. You think a soon to be professional distance runner, who just got over Covid, should risk getting that? No. Stop.