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Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) departs from the Senate Chambers in the U.S. Capitol in Washington on July 21, 2022. (Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images) U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) is pressing a federal agency to answer questions about pilots’ health following COVID-19 vaccinations.
In a Jan. 27 letter shared exclusively with The Epoch Times , Johnson revealed that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) told him that a controversial change in a heart-test standard had “nothing to do with COVID vaccinations.”
The Epoch Times reported earlier this week that the FAA’s decision to change an electrocardiogram test standard known as the “PR interval” had stirred controversy.
That EKG reading is an indicator of heart health. By itself, an elevated PR interval doesn’t mean there is definitely a problem. But several cardiologists have publicly stated that further investigation is warranted at levels above 200 milliseconds. Other cardiologists aren’t so alarmed by the FAA’s changing the acceptable limit to 300 milliseconds.
Some people suspect that the PR interval change was related to cardiac health issues that pilots may have experienced because of the COVID-19 vaccinations. The FAA has declared the shots are safe for pilots to use and that they can fly 48 hours after receiving a […]
Read the whole story at www.theepochtimes.com
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