Pedro Obiang, a 29-year-old professional footballer, had myocarditis after receiving COVID-19 vaccines, putting his career on hold.
As a consequence of the COVID-19 vaccinations, professional footballer Pedro Obiang has been diagnosed with myocarditis. Mr. Obiang spent around 10 days in the hospital. He was just released, but he will be unable to play football for at least six months. The player has been diagnosed with myocarditis, according to a doctor who wishes to remain anonymous: "Yes, I confirm the diagnosis."
Myocarditis, or inflammation of the heart's muscular tissue (myocardium), is a significant concern for athletes because it damages and kills cells in one of the most essential organs for competitive exercise. Francesca Marcon, a 38-year-old Italian volleyball player, was diagnosed with pericarditis yesterday as a consequence of his second Pfizer COVID-19 dosage.