Florida Surgeon General Announces New Guidance For COVID Vaccines

Citing a study that shows an 84% increase in cardiac-related deaths for men between the ages of 18 and 39, Florida Surgeon General Joseph Lapado now recommends that males in that age group not get the mRNA COVID-19 vaccines.


Lapado, speaking with Fox News’ Tucker Carlson, said, “It’s an enormous deal. … If it had been known two years ago or so that this vaccine would increase cardiac deaths in young men by 84%, would they have approved it? The obvious answer is no.”

The study, which is explained here, showed that just 28 days after receiving the mRNA vaccination, an adult male between the ages of 19 and 39 is 84% more likely to suffer “cardiac-related” death.

Florida’s Health Department website states, “The Florida Department of Health (Department) conducted an analysis through a self-controlled case series, which is a technique originally developed to evaluate vaccine safety…With a high level of global immunity to COVID-19, the benefit of vaccination is likely outweighed by this abnormally high risk of cardiac-related death among men in this age group. Non-mRNA vaccines were not found to have these increased risks.”

After analyzing the scientific data and recommending new health procedures based on the science, the Department of Health publicized its recommendation on various mediums, one of which was Twitter.

Lapado posted the tweet on Friday and Twitter took it down quickly stating, “Our current misleading information policies cover: synthetic and manipulated media, COVID-19, and civic integrity. If we determine a Tweet contains misleading or disputed information per our policies that could lead to harm, we may add a label to the content to provide context and additional information.”

They restored the post on Sunday.

Lapado has been an outspoken critic of the way in which the vaccine was introduced and pushed on the American people since he stepped into the public spotlight. In this instance, however, he has the science and the data to support his claim.

While that has not stopped other “medical experts” from rejecting Labado’s claims, it seems clear that, at least to many people in America, you can only use “science” if you agree with what other “experts” say.