Number of babies with myocarditis surge in England and Wales

On Tuesday, the WHO issued an alert that there had been a rise in “severe myocarditis” in newborns and infants between June 2022 and March 2023 in Wales and England.
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A UK Health Security Agency (“UKHSA”) spokesperson confirmed to The Epoch Timesthat 10 babies have been diagnosed in Wales and five have been diagnosed in England. UKHSA did not respond to questions about ruling out any links to the effects of covid injections.

The WHO said that “although enterovirus infections are common in neonates and young infants, the reported increase in myocarditis with severe outcomes in neonates and infants associated with enterovirus infection is unusual.”

Enteroviruses are named by their transmission route through the intestine – “enteric” meaning intestinal. The fact that WHO makes a point of stating how unusual the cases are of myocarditis with severe outcomes in neonates and infants, is quite telling, Sonja Elijah wrote. Elijah also noted that the day after its initial announcement WHO updated its page to read 10 hospitalised neonates, originally 15, and one death, originally two.

As reported by the Daily Mail, Dr. Christopher Williams, consultant epidemiologist for Public Health Wales, said: “This cluster is unusual due to the number of cases reported in a relatively short time frame.”

Consultant pathologist and Health Advisory & Recovery Team (“HART”) member Dr. Clare Craig told The Epoch Times that there’s “a massive question about whether or not these babies or the mums are vaccinated.”

“Coxsackievirus is a member of a family of viruses called enteroviruses and one of the most common causes of viral myocarditis,” she said.  “And we saw like with other viruses, the diagnosis of Coxsackievirus reduced massively in 2020 when SARS-COV 2 arrived.”

She added that the total number of people getting myocarditis after 2020 stayed the same suggesting “SARS-COV 2 filled the niche” that Coxsackievirus had left behind.

“But then the vaccine comes along and from 2021 the incidence rate of myocarditis went sky high,” she added.

“The public health authorities claim that they want to maintain trust and yet they won’t explore these avenues to rule out concerns,” she added.



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