Berlin fire departments report 31.2% increase in heart-related emergencies over pre-Covid-19 levels

Are the MRNA vaccines to blame?

A major Berlin newspaper ran the headline “Heart problems and strokes: the number of rescue operations is increasing sharply.” Berlin fire departments responded to 31% more “heart related emergencies” in 2021, than in 2018 or 2019.

The Berlin firefighters union is asking the Berlin Senate for a serious review, including a review of “pharmaceutical mandates.” Firefighters themselves are required to take an MRNA Covid-19 vaccine to continue working.

The Senate of Berlin immediately downplayed the data and refuse to conduct a review of “pharmaceutical mandates.”

A spokesman for the fire brigade union in Berlin stated:

“Such rates of increase need to be explained. The total numbers of heart problems and strokes in 2018 and 2019 are relatively close together. In 2020, a first increase compared to the 2018/19 average of 12.4 percent for heart problems and 12.9 percent for strokes can be observed. In 2021 there will be a second, even higher increase. Compared to the 2018/19 average, this more massive increase is then 31.2 percent for heart problems and 27.4 percent for strokes.

For the year 2020 it could still seem plausible that an ominous combination of the emergence of a new type of virus and the introduction of unprecedented measures with all collateral damage led to a tragic increase in the numbers. For the year 2021, however, another unknown factor seems to have been added, which again significantly increases the previous increase. In addition, when comparing the age groups, it is noticeable that the highest rates of increase occur precisely in the age groups who are not commonly understood as vulnerable groups with regard to the Covid-19 disease.

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