According to a terrifying report by Dr. William Makis, 11 children ages 9-19 have experienced cardiac arrest at school in the past month.
“11 Children ages 9-19 had a Cardiac Arrest at US schools in the past MONTH: some schools are now starting to conduct ‘Sudden Cardiac Arrest Screening’. ‘Is there a time bomb in your child’s chest?'” Makis writes.
Makis listed 11 children who suffered cardiac arrest at school in the past month:
Nov.04 – 14 yo Knox MacEwen (Davie, FL)
Oct.30 – 15 yo Tommy Bergeron (Ridgefield HS CT)
Oct.23 – 14 yo Kingston Davidson (Memphis, TN)
Oct.18 – 9 yo Gryffin Cavender (Scott Depot, WV)
Oct.14 – Durham School (Grayslake, IL) – name N/A
Oct.13 – 16 yo Angel Hernandez (Fort Worth, TX)
Oct.10 – 15 yo Elijah-Jay Mariano Rivera (CT)
Oct.02 – 15 yo Keshaun Allen (Savannah, GA)
Sep.29 – 17 yo Breanne McKean (Nova, OH)
Sep.22 – 13 yo Heather Freligh (Tracy, CA)
Sep.22 – 12 yo Kaden Gunter (Greeneville, TN)
WLTReport covered the most recent tragedy of 14-year-old Knox MacEwen passing away after suffering cardiac arrest during a 5K.
Our friends at 100 Percent Fed Up covered the tragic passing of 16-year-old Angel Hernandez.
Makis also listed two additional children who experienced cardiac arrest while getting ready for school:
Oct.11 - 12 yo Isabelle Marie Herrera (TX)
Oct.04 - 15 yo C'Anna Ramirez (RI)
"Remember, 1 in 30 children likely have subclinical myocarditis from one COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine (which increases their risk of cardiac arrest)," Makis wrote.
NEW ARTICLE: 11 Children ages 9-19 had a Cardiac Arrest at US schools in the past MONTH: some schools are now starting to conduct "Sudden Cardiac Arrest Screening". "Is there a time bomb in your child's chest?"
11 Children had Cardiac arrest at school in past month:
Nov.04 - 14… pic.twitter.com/G4syWOETDp
— William Makis MD (@MakisMD) November 8, 2023
"Study #1 - Thailand study (2022, Mansanguan) 202 boys ages 13-18, from two different schools, 7 of them developed subclinical myo/pericarditis after 2nd Pfizer COVID-19 mRNA dose. That’s 1 in 30 per Pfizer dose," Makis writes.
"Study #2 - Swiss Study (2023, Muller) - 777 healthcare workers had Moderna COVID-19 mRNA booster shot, 22 had evidence of myocardial injury (22/777 = 1 in 35 per Moderna dose)," he added.
"Parents should get their COVID-19 mRNA Vaccinated children out of all sports until they can have thorough cardiac screening done," Makis emphasized.
ARTICLE: 11 Children (Ages 9-19) Had Cardiac Arrests at US Schools in the Past Monthhttps://t.co/F7rei1oA7E
— The Vigilant Fox 🦊 (@VigilantFox) November 8, 2023
Makis noted that some schools are offering "sudden cardiac arrest screening."
Here are two examples found on X:
Our next Sudden Cardiac Arrest screening is Sunday Oct 29th from 10 am - 4 pm. NDHS student-athletes and parents can register using the QR code on the poster. @ndhsfootball444 @NotreDame_HS @NDAthleticsSO pic.twitter.com/509Dp0tmtm
— Heartbeat of Champions Foundation (@Heartbeatchamp) October 25, 2023
— MCORE Foundation (@MCOREFoundation) November 1, 2023
In a recent press release, Pfizer acknowledged the increased risk of myocarditis and pericarditis following COVID-19 inoculation, particularly in males 12 through 17 years of age.
Authorized or approved mRNA COVID-19 vaccines show increased risks of myocarditis (inflammation of the heart muscle) and pericarditis (inflammation of the lining outside the heart), particularly within the first week following vaccination. For COMIRNATY, the observed risk is highest in males 12 through 17 years of age. Seek medical attention right away if you have any of the following symptoms after receiving the vaccine, particularly during the 2 weeks after receiving a dose of the vaccine:
- chest pain
- shortness of breath
- feelings of having a fast-beating, fluttering, or pounding heart
Pfizer issued a press release Friday afternoon stating definitively that mRNA covid vaccines “show increased risks” of myocarditis + pericarditis. pic.twitter.com/BQ70xDIhJ0
— Antonio Sabato Jr (@AntonioSabatoJr) October 23, 2023
Russell Brand discussed Pfizer’s acknowledgement of the myocarditis and pericarditis risk following COVID-19 inoculation:
It's astonishing to see that Pfizer have now acknowledged that myocarditis and pericarditis are a risk if you take their product pic.twitter.com/6tmhmS1qXT
— Russell Brand (@rustyrockets) October 23, 2023
Read the full report from Dr. William Makis at Vigilant News.