Vaccination halves myocarditis risk from COVID-19, large study shows

Analysis of data for the entire coronavirus-vaccinated population of England offers new insights

SARS-CoV-2 infection raises the risk of myocarditis 11-fold but inoculation with any COVID-19 vaccine halves this, according to the largest risk analysis to date.

And the probability of vaccine-induced myocarditis is also much lower than the risk associated with infection, the data show.