Was Damar Hamlin’s Cardiac Arrest Related To Covid-19 Vaccine? What We Know
The news about the Buffalo Bills’ Damar Hamlin collapsing during a game against the Cincinnati Bengals shocked NFL fans around the globe.
The game between the Bills and the Bengals on Monday was called off after the 24-year-old received CPR on the field and was rushed to the hospital. Information about the extent of his health issues is still forthcoming though the Bills said Tuesday that Hamlin had suffered a cardiac arrest. He remained sedated on a ventilator as of Wednesday morning. On Tuesday night, he was still in critical condition, reported CNN citing the player’s uncle.
Tom Fitton, president of the conservative activist group Judicial Watch, also suggested that Hamlin’s injury could be connected to myocarditis, an inflammatory heart condition that has been reported as a rare side effect of COVID-19 vaccines.
“The NFL pushed the covid vaccines on its players,” Fitton tweeted. “When will the league investigate whether the ‘rare’ myocarditis vaccine side-effect is impacting players—such as making them more susceptible to game-related severe heart injuries?”
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