In this interview I’m featuring Kelly Brown, who has brought forth some shocking data analysis using the raw data made available by Public Health Ontario. On September 27, Brown prepared a presentation to the Board of Health on his findings on the risk of myocarditis associated with the COVID-19 injections, following Toronto’s Medical Officer of Health Dr. Eileen De Villa's recommendation to mandate them for eligible school-aged children.
Brown declined his speaking time due to a reduction in allotment, and posted his findings in video format on Twitter. A mere two days later, the Ontario government advised young males to take the Pfizer injection over Moderna, citing myocarditis concerns.
Shortly after Brown and I spoke, Public Health Ontario released their most recent myocarditis and pericarditis data. The data show an outrageous incidence rate of myocarditis in 12 to 17 year old males post second COVID-19 injection as being 1 in 8,500.
In this story, I also feature the pointed questions posed to Toronto Public Health, and then I share their dreadful response.