A new poll of people around the world reveals that when it comes to the potential risk of a heart attack associated with mRNA COVID-19 vaccines, opinions are divided.
According to the poll, which was conducted on a global scale, 42.9% of Europeans believed that the vaccines can increase the risk of a heart attack, while 57.1% said they did not believe this to be the case.
In Asia, where only two people were polled, 100% of participants felt that the vaccines do increase the risk of a heart attack.
When all votes were tallied, the overall global opinion was that 55.6% believed the vaccines can increase the risk of a heart attack, while 44.4% did not.
Regions that did not take part in the poll include Africa, South America and Oceania.
While the poll does not provide definitive proof that mRNA COVID-19 vaccines can increase the risk of a heart attack, it does demonstrate that there is a certain level of concern among some segments of the population. Going forward, more research will be needed to determine if there is any basis for these concerns.