Questionable Study on Covid-19 Vaccines and Emergency Calls

Questionable Study on Covid-19 Vaccines and Emergency Calls

June 2022

Some social media posts have misinterpreted and publicized a criticized study that claims to have identified a correlation between emergency calls for cardiac events and the vaccination rate in Israel. “Much of what I am seeing is people presenting more examples of time series for select places and times, or more scatterplots, considering this validation of a narrative of vaccine harm," commented Jeffrey S. Morris, PhD. "Many times I don’t see an acknowledgement of the limitations of these approaches … or acknowledgement that these are hypotheses that need validation.”

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