“I was told that it was safer to get Pfizer,” says Swiss olympian Sarah Atcho.

Source: Adan Salazar

A Swiss Olympic athlete detailed on social media how she developed heart inflammation shortly following a booster dose of Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine.

In a Facebook post Monday, Swiss olympian Sarah Atcho chronicled her struggle with pericarditis last month when she received a Pfizer booster after previously being injected with Moderna vaccines.

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“On December 22 I got my booster vaccination because I didn’t want to struggle with this when the season started. I was told that it was safer to get Pfizer (even though I had Moderna the first time) to avoid cardiac side effects,” Atcho related.

“On December 27 I felt a tightness in the chest and started feeling dizzy while walking up the stairs. This happened a few more times until I decided to check with a cardiologist who diagnosed me with pericarditis (inflammation of the thin membrane surrounding the heart).”

Atcho said she’d been medically advised not to allow her heart rate to go “up for a few weeks to allow my heart to rest and heal from the inflammation.”

Despite admitting she’s “upset at the situation because we don’t talk enough about the side effects,” Atcho went on to claim she’s “glad the vaccine helped avoid many deaths and reduce the pressure on the hospitals and hospital staff.”

“However,” she noted, “I am frustrated that myself as well as other young and healthy people are suffering from these heavy side effects.”

It should be mentioned Atcho’s post received a warning from Facebook telling users that the “Covid-19 vaccines go through many tests for safety and effectiveness and are then monitored closely.”

Atcho has competed in both the Rio 2016 and Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

Atcho’s testimony comes as fellow Swiss olympian Fabienne Schlumpf just last week announced via social media that she had developed myocarditis after being triple-vaccinated.

“Unfortunately myocarditis is holding me back at the moment. It’s certainly not an easy time for me, but I’m not giving up. I hope to be back soon, chasing my dreams… and competitors,” Shlumpf wrote on Instagram. This is however the end of the road for her career. “Nobody can say how long I’ll have to put my career on hold,” she admitted.

While it’s tragic these athletes are being toppled at the height of their careers, it’s hopeful their testimonies and vaccine-induced injuries will serve as warnings to others to refuse the experimental jabs.