I saw this on a Telegram site so thought I'd verify and dig into the data a little.

The Australian TGA AE site is actually quite good , although not much case level info is available; however this is a lot more than the UK'sK Yellow Card system has - which is zero.

You can search at:


I actually extracted the case reports for myocarditis and pericarditis following the Pfizer injection for 1 to 10 November (no data is available past the 10th) and have saved them to a PDF if anyone is interested.

Here's the one for pericarditis (156 reports in the 10 day period):


Here's the one for myocarditis (88 reports in the 10 day period):


32 of the pericarditis cases overlap with myocarditis (ie both are reported).


- in 5 of the pericarditis cases not mentioning myocarditis ST segment elevation on ECG is mentioned

- in 4 of the cases not mentioning myocarditis "abnormal ECG" is mentioned

And in 6 of the pericarditis cases not mentioning myocarditis "troponin increased" is mentioned.

Just a reminder that these are just the reports received over a 10-day period.

To call these rare is like redefining black as white.


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