Could health professionals be making the COVID shots riskier than they already are, simply because they aren't administering them correctly? It's a frightening possibility, especially when a study shows this mistake can cause 'grossly visible pathology' and permanent damage in the heart.
Warning: The COVID Jabs Are Administered Incorrectly
Recent research suggests that by not aspirating the needle to make sure the injection is not going into your bloodstream, vaccine administrators may be contributing to vaccine injuries
Mice given an mRNA COVID shot intravenously developed myopericarditis, inflammation of the heart and surrounding heart sack
Intravenous injections of the mRNA “vaccine” induced visible degeneration and death of heart muscle cells. This damage is likely permanent, as heart cells do not regenerate. The damaged or lost cardiac tissue is simply replaced by scar tissue, which permanently inhibits muscle contraction
Intravenous injection also caused calcium deposits on the inner (visceral) layer of the pericardium, a condition that can lead to restrictive pericarditis and diastolic heart failure
The mice that received the COVID shot intravenously also had extensively damaged liver cells
In the featured video above, retired nurse lecturer John Campbell, Ph.D., reviews research1 showing that intravenous injection of mRNA COVID shots can induce acute myopericarditis in mice. As it turns out, most health professionals in the U.K. and U.S. are administering the COVID shots incorrectly, thereby raising the risk of serious side effects such as heart inflammation.
COVID Shots Are Administered Incorrectly
As explained by Campbell, when you administer an intramuscular injection, the injection is supposed to go into the muscle — not a vein or blood vessel. To ensure you haven’t hit a blood vessel, you need to pull the plunger out a bit before injecting the fluid in the syringe to confirm that the needle isn’t in a blood vessel.
By not aspirating the needle to make sure the injection is not going into the bloodstream, vaccine administrators may be contributing to vaccine injuries.