A 22-year-old Spanish girl, Sandra Jurado, had to be hospitalized after suffering myocarditis as a serious adverse effect of the COVID vaccination, in the city of Sabadell, province of Barcelona, in the autonomous community of Catalonia.
Sandra’s life has entirely changed since then because after staying in the hospital for 31 days, not only did she not fully recover, but the specialists had to install a pacemaker, as she recounted on her Instagram account on Sept. 1.
“The COVID vaccine, caused me myocarditis that affected the electrical conduction of my heart. Although I improved over the days, not enough to live a normal life,” Sandra explains.
Nevertheless, Sandra returned home and expressed her gratitude to her parents, siblings, friends, and healthcare assistants who supported her during her extended stay in the hospital.
In particular, she highlights the support of her mother, Isabel Raya: “This is for you. For the hours in the hospital. For the anguish of uncertainty. For the fear. For the sleepless nights. For the rage and helplessness.”
And she adds: “For the tears, those of suffering and those of joy. For the meals. For the care. For you, for being my life vest, my unconditional support, my fundamental pillar and the best thing I have. I would lack lives to thank you for everything you give me, I love you to infinity and beyond.”
In a later interview, Sandra declares that she regrets having had the vaccine: “If I were to go back, I would not have it.”
Addressing another young woman who had not yet been vaccinated, she told her: “Don’t do it because there is no need, it will cause you more problems to get it than not getting it.”
And she added: “What happened to me, I wouldn’t wish it on my worst enemy.”
On the other hand, the adverse effects produced by vaccines of all brands against COVID are already counted by the millions in the United States and the European Union.
One of the most frequent consequences in young people like Sandra is the inflammation of the heart, myocarditis, as reported by statistics. However, myocarditis usually presents a higher risk for males.
“According to a new pre-publication study, boys aged 12 to 15, with no underlying diseases, were four to six times more likely to be diagnosed with vaccine-related myocarditis than to be hospitalized for VIDOC,” reports The Defender Sept. 13.
In this regard, a study by professional cardiologists warns that the Pfizer lab’s vaccine has a high risk of myocarditis, or inflammation in the heart, in adolescent boys, at least 14 times more than in girls, reported Daily Mail.
For her part, Professor Helen Bedford, a child health expert at the Institute for Children’s Health at University College London Great Ormond Street, said, “the real issue here is whether we should be vaccinating children at all.”
“Children are at very small risk of COVID so the question is who would benefit if they are vaccinated? We already have very high vaccine uptake among adults, much higher than the U.S. and Canada,” Dr. Bedford said.
Likewise, German microbiology and epidemiology specialist Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi emphasized the dangers of the controversial vaccine when given to children.
“Do not give it to children because they have absolutely no possibility to defend themselves, if you give it to your child you are committing a crime,” he said based on decades of experience with vaccines.