- The Facts:
- Approximately 50 percent of vaccine injuries reported to VAERS in the last 30 years are all from COVID vaccines.
- Multiple reports suggest severe vaccine injuries may be severely underreported in VAERS’ database.
- Reflect On:
- Why has the mainstream failed to have an appropriate discussion regarding vaccine injuries?
- Are they really as rare as we are made to believe?
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Vaccine safety adverse events reporting systems around the world are recording a record number of injuries. By October 15th, 2021, adverse events reported worldwide passed 2,344,240 for COVID vaccines alone in the World Health Organization (WHO) reporting system VigiAccess.
The Vaccine Events Reporting System (VAERS), which is co-managed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), is a national early warning system to detect possible safety problems in U.S.-licensed vaccines.
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“VAERS accepts and analyzes reports of adverse events (possible side effects) after a person has received a vaccination. Anyone can report an adverse event to VAERS. Healthcare professionals are required to report certain adverse events and vaccine manufacturers are required to report all adverse events that come to their attention.”
As of October 15, 2021, VAERS recorded 122,833 serious adverse events, of those 17,128 resulted in death, post administration of COVID vaccines. This includes cases from around the globe, not just the US. You can look up the latest numbers here.
The Canadian Covid Care Alliance, a group of doctors, scientists, and academic professors explain,
For context, the combined serious adverse events, including deaths upon administering all (around 70) vaccines, except for COVID products, that have been reported to VAERS since 1990 when the system was established, was 103,767 and 9,054 respectively. Put another way, about 50 percent of serious adverse events ever recorded in the over 30 years of existence of VAERS were associated with three COVID products within less than one year.
Below are some recent reports regarding injuries amongst children. We also recently published an article explaining why many parents are hesitant to vaccinate their children with COVID vaccines that might be of interest.
A recent death involved a 12-year-old girl (VAERS I.D. 1784945) who died from a respiratory tract hemorrhage 22 days after receiving her first Pfizer product dose. Another recent death is the case of a 16-year-old girl (VAERS I.D. 1694568) who died of pulmonary embolism 9 days after a Pfizer product dose (whether it was the first or second is unknown).
Yet another recent death was that of a 15-year-old boy who died six days after receiving his first dose of Pfizer product. The VAERS report (I.D. 1764974) states that the previously healthy teen ‘was in his usual state of good health. Five days after the vaccine, he complained of shoulder pain. He was playing with 2 friends at a community pond, swinging from a rope swing, flipping in the air, and landing in the water feet first. He surfaced, laughed, told his friends “Wow, that hurt!”, then swam towards the shore, underwater as was his usual routine. The friends became worried when he did not reemerge.
His body was retrieved by local authorities more than an hour later.’ The autopsy revealed ‘small foci of myocardial inflammation’, an adverse effect of these COVID products commonly found among children and youth, particularly young men.
Over the years, VAERS has been quite useful. For example, consider that on July 16, 1999, the CDC recommended that healthcare providers suspend the use of the licensed, RotaShield – a rotavirus vaccine – after only 15 cases of intussusception were reported to VAERS.
A recent study out of the University of California used VAERS to show the risk of myocarditis for teenage boys in the 12-15 age group is at least six times greater after two doses of the Pfizer vaccine than being hospitalized for COVID.
Many researchers have also pointed out the potential for underreporting. It’s already known that serious adverse reactions to prescription drugs, for example, are extremely underreported, perhaps up to 95 percent of them as multiple studies have pointed out.
But what about serious adverse reactions to vaccines? A study published on October 7, 2021 in the Journal Toxicology Reports estimates that underreporting of deaths as a result of the COVID vaccines may have resulted in a number 1000 times less than what the actual number is.
They also cite a widely distributed Harvard Pilgrim study published in 2010 which reported that less than 1 percent of vaccine injuries are probably reported. This includes serious adverse reactions.
Even with the staggering number of reports coming in regarding COVID vaccines, it’s safe to assume that these numbers underreport the true adverse event numbers post vaccination by what could be a very significant amount.
Jessica Rose PhD, who studied Immunology at Memorial University in Newfoundland and Labrador along with statistician Mathew Crawford published a paper in September looking into this.
Using the VAERS database and independent rates of anaphylaxis events from a Mass General study, they computed a 41X under-reporting factor for serious adverse events in VAERS, leading to an estimate of over 150,000 excess deaths caused by the vaccine.
“The estimates were validated multiple independent ways” the authors claim. She concluded that at least 150,000 Americans have been killed by the Covid-19 Vaccines.
They were “fact-checked” by Reuters, who got a statement from the FDA explaining that “underreporting is a limitation in VAERS, with regard to COVID-19 vaccine safety monitoring,.” That being said, they also stated that “there currently is not evidence to suggest it (VAERS) would underestimate the amount of COVID-19 vaccine-related deaths to such a large degree.”
One example of underreporting comes from 1990 to 2007. During that period there were about 80,000 US cases of Kawasaki disease; during the same period just 56 US cases were reported to VAERS–0.07%. (Hua et al, Pediatr Inf Dis J 2009: 28:943-947) The cause of KD is unknown; it is rare, it is very serious, and it is prevalent among young and frequently vaccinated children. If any event deserves prompt reporting to VAERS it is Kawasaki disease, but this did not happen.
The FDA and CDC have also made it clear that a reported injury to VAERS does not mean a causal link to the vaccine. For example, if someone died of a heart attack two weeks after their second does, this doesn’t mean that the vaccine contributed to the heart attack. That being said, it doesn’t mean that the vaccine was not implicated either. So how can we tell? This is something to think about as well.
One must also factor into the equation the number of people who have already received one or two doses of the vaccine.
It seems that the monitoring of vaccine related injuries and the way in which it is done needs some improvement, especially if we are missing a vast majority of them.
Some people have also shared experiences of what they perceive to be an adverse reaction yet their doctors deny the possibility it’s from the vaccine. This was also experienced by the parents of a 12 year old girl who was severely injured during the Pfizer clinical trial for teenages.