Retsef Levi, PhD: huge increases across Israel age groups for acute coronary syndrome emergencies

Israel has the most aggressive vaccine push in the world, which started late December 2020. Dr. Retsef Levi specializes in data analytics guiding health care and health care decisions.

Using Irael’s national emergency services and ambulatory services (MDA,, Dr. Levi analyzed all data available related to calls for Acute Coronary Syndrome.

The data is broken down into male and female. Comparing 2019 to 2021, Dr. Levi found that emergency calls for this syndrome in males 16-19 increased 91.7%. Females ages 16-19 saw a 140% increase in calls for this syndrome. There were incredible increases in all age groups. This syndrome is almost identical to myocarditis and it is difficult to determine the difference, as the symptoms are the same.

Dr. Levi urgently forwarded this information, twice, to the Israel ministry of health, but received no answer.

This is interesting, particulary because the system to which individuals can report vaccine injuries, contains over 5,000 reports of myocarditis.

This is interesting because the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) most recent meeting included discussion about the 5,000+ myocarditis reports from VAERS, and if ACIP would recommend the use of the Pfizer COVID vaccine for children age 5-12. They also discussed booster shots.

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