Heart Failure Diagnostic Clinic Referrals - Liverpool University Hospitals
Substantially lower in spring 2020, substantially higher since Jan-21
Liverpool University Hospitals average 41 referrals per month to their heart failure diagnostic clinics between Oct-19 and Mar-20.
During the COVID epidemic, from Apr-20 to Aug-20 when they closed down to everyone and everything bar COVID, they had 89 fewer referrals than usual, averaging 18 per month negative excess.
Since the COVID vaccine was rolled out in Dec-20, there have been 232 more referrals than usual, averaging 14 per month excess.
Assuming the experimental injection is responsible, after 908,000 doses, that equates to 1 in 4,000 doses, not at all dissimilar to the widely reported 1 in 5,000 myocarditis rates.
Curiously, when the jabbing stops, the referrals drop back down to normal (my Bradford Criteria #10, “reversibility” evidence is mounting).
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