The COVID World post date: September 12th, 2021
DUBAI – A professional dancer from Italy has suffered a heart attack just five days after receiving the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. 33-years-old Santo Giuliano got the shot on July 15th and was hospitalized four days later with high fever and strong pressure in his chest. He suffered a heart attack a day later and was revived by hospital staff with a defibrillator.
The young dancer was in Dubai for a work-related event and was asked to vaccinate for the “greater safety” of the event.
Guiliano posted a video on Instagram where he explained in full detail what had happened (a translation of his statement is provided below):
“I suffered a heart attack after my first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. I was asked to vaccinate for the greater safety of the event.
I received the shot on July 15th. I had a very high fever shortly after. I felt a very strong pressure in my chest on the 19th. I was out of breath and I had pain in my teeth. So I called an ambulance, they gave me an electrocardiogram and it showed that my values were normal. They asked me to go to the hospital for tests but like a fool, I said no. The next day, in the afternoon, I decided to go to the hospital where I was again given an electrocardiogram, and the values showed up normal like before. When they took my blood, they realized that the values were a bit high. During other tests, I began to feel bad and my heart slowly stopped – until it died – then from there I think they injected me with adrenaline and used the defibrillator to revive me. They pulled me back and then they realized that there was inflammation in my heart muscle, in the myocardium.
This was due to the vaccine. Obviously, I am not against the vaccine. They told me that I cannot take the second dose. My testimony is not to tell you not to get the vaccine. This happens to one in a million, but we never think it can be us. I didn’t listen to the first symptoms, so if you take the vaccine and have any symptoms, do not hesitate to seek medical attention.
My little heart is already much better … in three months, I will be as good as new. The doctors told me that it will take two to three months for my heart to recover. Gradually I will get back in shape.”
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