Data on Adverse Reactions
Below is information from 4 Government sites that collect information on Adverse Reactions for the CV19 Vaccine. These numbers should automatically update every several weeks.
Please also keep in mind that these sites probably only reflect a SMALL percentage of the number of actual cases. As I mentioned in my previous post, some studies have shown that as few as 1% of cases even get reported, some up to 37%. So just know that all the numbers you see may on the low side.
I know that the first comment of many will be that correlation does not infer causation. Yes, we all know that. However when there are thousands of reports, hundreds of headlines and people sharing their stories on social media, are we to believe that there is no correlation at all? We cannot build trust this way.
Also, Knowingly filing a false VAERS report is a violation of Federal law (18 U.S. Code § 1001) punishable by fine and imprisonment.
I already covered this in a previous post, however if you would like further information on how data is collected and submitted to VAERS click here:
Here is the current info and sites:
Cases as of 2/12/2021: 15,923
You can read each event through medalerts, which pulls the data from VAERS for easy access. Click HERE for site.
Deaths: 929 Click HERE
Bell’s Palsy Symptoms: 210 Click HERE
Here is the link to do your own search on the CDC site:
EudraVigilance is the system for managing and analyzing information on suspected adverse reactions to medicines which have been authorized or being studied in clinical trials in the European Economic Area (EEA). The European Medicines Agency (EMA) operates the system on behalf of the European Union (EU) medicines regulatory network.
Click on link to see Covid Stats from EudraVigilance:
(Note that the generic name for the Covid Vaccine is TOZINAMERAN)
As of 2/21/2021: 71,060
Click HERE for the main link and you can further search from within that page.
UK Yellow Card Stats:
As of 2/21/2021: Total Drug Reactions: 192,437 Total Reports: 58,427
The Yellow Card scheme run by the MHRA and is the UK system for collecting and monitoring information on safety concerns such as suspected side effects or adverse incidents involving medicines and medical devices.
It is estimated that only 10% of serious reactions and between 2 and 4% of non-serious reactions are reported.
Click HERE for Pfizer
Click HERE for AstraZeneca
Click HERE for Other
This database allows you to browse and view data on suspected side-effects from various medicinal products (also known as suspected adverse drug reactions (“ADRs”). All data contained herein is sourced from VigiBase®, the World Health Organization’s (the “WHO”) global database for ADRs, maintained by the Uppsala Monitoring Centre (the “UMC”). The UMC is the WHO Collaborating Centre for International Drug Monitoring based in Uppsala, Sweden providing scientific leadership and operative support to the WHO Program for International Drug Monitoring
To Access the site, click the link below: Current ADR”S (Adverse Drug Reactions): 101,369
Deaths are listed within categories. You can click HERE
Then type in COMIRNATY For each ADR and then look through the sub-category.