In response to the retweet of a poll in which 7% of American adults said they had significant side effects from the booster shot, multibillionaire Elon Musk informed his tens of millions of Twitter followers that he experienced “major side effects” from a Covid booster shot that made him feel like he “was dying.”
Musk asserted that the second booster shot “crushed me” and that his younger cousin, who he claims to be in “top health,” had to go to the hospital after contracting myocarditis due to the second shot.
Myocarditis, an inflammation of the heart, is a recognized, albeit uncommon, potential adverse reaction to the Covid-19 vaccines.
“Data from various studies reveal a rare risk for myocarditis and pericarditis following receipt of mRNA COVID-19 vaccinations,” according to the CDC website.
Musk claimed that while he didn’t want to buy the second booster, he had to get to Germany.
In August 2021 and September 2020, Musk paid visits to Germany.
The CEO of Twitter claimed that after receiving the Johnson & Johnson vaccination, which had no adverse side effects, he was struck by the mRNA boosters.