The CDC told pregnant women to get vaccinated based on a statement in a paper in NEJM that has since been retracted. But the CDC didn’t retract their advice when the paper was corrected (see the tiny little 1 at the top of the page).
I just received this email from a very trusted source. It sounds very credible to me, but I haven’t had time to confirm.
My fiancé knows a nurse at the local Children’s Hospital who quietly confided in her yesterday that another nurse there said that the hospital’s three NICUs (neonatal ICU) are full of infant patients presenting with cardiac issues. The NICU nurse allegedly said she is not allowed to ask about the vaccination status of the mothers, but that the information is present in all of their charts, and that all of the mothers are fully-vaccinated.
Because this is a third- or fourth-hand rumor, I would ordinarily try to confirm it before sharing with anyone. But my initial Internet searches came up empty, and I worry that this is the sort of thing that might be effectively suppressed for quite a while by those in control of our largest hospitals–especially the ones currently busy firing doctors and nurses who refuse vaccination. And if it’s just starting to happen at one hospital, I assume it would be starting to happen in hospitals nationwide, or even worldwide — perhaps just starting now because it’s been just about 9 months since the vaccination craze started, or maybe more pregnant women have recently been succumbing to vaccine mandate pressure.