The US Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) reports more than 12,000 covid vaccine deaths


VAERS reports more than…

  • 545,000 adverse events
  • 12,300 deaths
  • 46,000 hospitalisations
  • 23,600 severe allergic reactions
  • 4,700 anaphylaxis
  • 14,200 permanently disabled
  • 7,500 shingles
  • 5,200 heart attacks
  • 3,700 myo-/pericarditis
  • 2,200 thrombocytopenia
  • 1,300 miscarriages

US Department of Health & Human Services (HHS)

Safe? Ehhh… for some reason I don’t believe you.

Effective? They haven’t worked so far, nor have they ever worked on any respiratory virus.

Free? How does something that is costing taxpayers billions of dollars translate to “free”? Oh, because you don’t pay for it at the front desk? Oh okay, I guess it is “free” then, just like all the freedoms you no longer have.

These data from Open VAERS are a couple weeks out-of-date as unfortunate circumstances have prevented the developer from updating the site. Current death records according to the official VAERS record are 12,791. Vaccine adverse event reports have skyrocketed since the introduction of covid “vaccines”.

It is believed that VAERS reports may represent less than 10% (even as low as 1%) of all adverse events — it is safe to assume true case numbers are woefully under-represented in the VAER System.

“VAERS accepts reports of adverse events and reactions that occur following vaccination. Healthcare providers, vaccine manufacturers, and the public can submit reports to the system. While very important in monitoring vaccine safety, VAERS reports alone cannot be used to determine if a vaccine caused or contributed to an adverse event or illness. The reports may contain information that is incomplete, inaccurate, coincidental, or unverifiable. In large part, reports to VAERS are voluntary, which means they are subject to biases. This creates specific limitations on how the data can be used scientifically. Data from VAERS reports should always be interpreted with these limitations in mind.”

Official HHS VAERS disclaimer

You can run your own VAERS search using the CDC Wonder utility:

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