Iceland has suspended the use of the Moderna vaccine due to the risks of heart inflammation. Several other countries this week have also suspended the use of the vaccine for the same reasons.
Iceland stated that there are concerns of increased cardiac inflammation, including myocarditis and pericarditis, after receiving the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine.
Why did Iceland just stop using the Moderna vaccine?
I think you know the answer.
Are we still calling it "safe and effective"?
— Paul Mitchell (@PaulMitchell_AB) October 8, 2021
“As the supply of Pfizer vaccine is sufficient in the territory … the chief epidemiologist has decided not to use the Moderna vaccine in Iceland,” – website statement from Health Directorate.
Currently, 88 percent of the population over 12 have already been vaccinated in Iceland. The additional dose of the Moderna vaccine has been used only on an exclusive basis. For the most part, Iceland has been using a single dose of Janssen from Johnson & Johnson. Even if the individual had originally received the first two doses of a different vaccine, they still get the Janssen Covid-19 vaccine.
Both Sweden and Finland have suspended the use of the Moderna vaccine for individuals under the age of 30 for the same reasons. Norway and Denmark have banned the use of the vaccine for anyone under the age of 18. There is a concern for inflammation of the myocardium, the heart muscle, and the pericardium. There have been numerous reports of individuals developing myocarditis and pericarditis, particularly after the second dose.
Moderna executives have gotten filthy rich off an experimental so-called vaccine that has caused many people heart problems and they have zero liability for doing so…