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Watch: Search for ‘Myocarditis’ on NHS website shows ‘no results’

The result has baffled Twitter users, given the steep rise in myocarditis cases in the post-jab roll-out.

A little over two years ago, most people would never have heard of the medical condition known as ‘myocarditis’ – nor its associated condition pericarditis.

Both illnesses describe a condition where the heart or its surrounding tissues or muscles become inflamed. They are a recognised adverse-effect of the COVID mRNA injection. From obscurity two years ago, myocarditis is now a household name, following months of intense interest and debate over the COVID ‘vaccines’.

However search for the term on the NHS website (the UK’s National Health Service), and shockingly, there are no results. The inexplicable situation has left many Twitter users bemused, and suspicious – some believing it to be just an innocent website glitch, others adamant the omission has more sinister origins.


DTNZ checked the NHS search function this morning, and sure enough, there were no results. Here is an image of our search results:

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  1. pfizer, monkey etc get a hit. Funny that there is a search result for boris

    The contraceptive injection
    The contraceptive injection lasts for eight, 12 or 13 weeks (depending on the type) and you don’t have to think about it until it needs renewing.


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