Looking at German Myocarditis & Pericarditis cases (blue), we can clearly see: > No correlation between COVID-19 cases. (Red) > Clear correlation towards vaccination. (Green) #Covid #Covid19 #Corona #Coronavirus #Myocarditis #Pericarditis #Omicron

Jan 21, 2022 · 6:27 PM UTC

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We can also see that pneumonia cases have not actually significantly increased!
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Some feedback has arrived, I'll post a summary of my responses here:
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Vergleich Myokarditis bei Männern 16-29 im Zusammenhang mit C19 und Impfung
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This fits quite well with my hypothesis that myo/pericarditis vaccinees would have mostly gotten the same or worse with infection. (Notice how red and green are inversions and close together in time.)
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Or maybe I'm misreading the chart? It's a weird way of presenting things. Is it saying that myocarditis went *down* when covid arrived, then back up ever so slightly, peaking just above baseline, when vaccines rolled out?
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This is a good data point and conclusions, but also: overall increase is not that great and current numbers are back to pre-pandemic levels. Is that right?
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Also check the analysis from NZ where they blocked covid out of their country for a long time
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Just today, the media have reassured that these are mild and that the benefits exceed the risks. Beneficial myocarditis, bring it on!
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Germany press is, this is a powerful example, not free.
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