A young priest revealed that he began suffering cardiac issues after getting injected
with the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine.
Fr. Edward Looney, 33, detailed his battle with cardiac issues since he got vaccinated in a 25-minute video. The priest received two doses of the COVID-19 shot, but has not taken any boosters. According to him, he felt pressured to get vaccinated in February 2021 because hospitals and nursing homes told priests that those who were not "fully vaccinated" cannot visit.
"[After] that very first shot … I get home and I realized that my heart rate was higher than it normally was," Looney shared. But after the second dose, the priest's "heart rate was even higher" – even reaching 180 beats per minute (bpm) at one time. A normal resting heart rate for adults ranges from 60 to 100 bpm.
Since getting injected with the second dose, Looney's heart rate has remained above 100 bpm. (Related: Ohio student developed severe heart problems after second dose of Pfizer vaccine.
When he initially went to the hospital to seek treatment, the local emergency room dismissed his concerns and told the priest to just have someone "observe" him and not come in for care. The doctors the priest visited in December 2021 said nothing can be be done to lower his heart rate. Other medical professionals told him they had no idea why he had heart problems, the priest added.
The heart problems have left Looney "tired" and in need of regular naps. "Just walking at 3.5 miles per hour, my heart rate would get up to 150 bpm," he revealed.
Thankfully, Looney recently got in touch with a doctor who put the pieces together. This doctor told him that the post-vaccination issues would seem to point to a causal relationship. "No 33-year-old should be resting in bed" due to an elevated heart rate, the doctor added.
The priest also shared that he is not the only one suffering the same predicament, as he knows another person who has developed heart problems after their COVID-19 vaccination
Head of Catholic Church calls COVID vaccination an "act of love"
While Looney admitted to being pressured to get the COVID-19 vaccine that caused his heart problems, Pope Francis – the overall head of the Catholic Church – would have lauded him for doing so.
Back in August 2021, the pontiff called on people to get the COVID-19 vaccine, arguing that doing so was an "act of love."
The Jesuit pope from Argentina made this call in a video that featured cardinals from the U.S., Mexico, Honduras, Brazil, El Salvador and Peru.
"Thanks to God's grace and to the work of many, we now have vaccines to protect us from COVID-19," Francis said in his native Spanish. "Getting vaccinated is a simple yet profound way to care for one another, especially the most vulnerable."
Cardinal Gregorio Rosa Chavez of El Salvador argued in the video that getting the COVID-19 vaccine helps protect the most vulnerable. "Our choice to get vaccinated affects others," he remarked, adding that doing so is a moral responsibility.
The Argentinian pontiff later emphasized COVID-19 vaccination as a "moral obligation"
in January 2022.
"Vaccines are not a magical means of healing, yet surely they represent – in addition to other treatments that need to be developed – the most reasonable solution for the prevention of the disease," he said.
Francis also lamented the increasing ideological divides that he claimed were preventing people from getting their COVID-19 vaccine doses. He remarked: "Frequently, people let themselves be influenced by the ideology of the moment – often bolstered by baseless information or poorly documented facts."
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