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VAERS COVID Vaccine Data 1,268,006 Events Reported Through May 13, 2022
The real number of deaths as of the end of 2021 is actually more like 150,000 per numerous studies.
Very few medical professionals and victims have heard of the VAERS reporting database, let alone report adverse events into it.
To put these numbers into perspective, the 1976 swine flu vaccine campaign was halted after 25 deaths and roughly 500 cases of Guillain-Barre Syndrome out of 40 million doses (25% of the population) administered.
VAERS Data Is Vastly Under-reported
It’s important to understand that the data in VAERS is greatly under-reported (even by admission on their site). While serious reactions are reported more frequently, a government study looking at data from December 1, 2007 through September 30, 2010 estimated that between 1% and 10% of adverse events are ever reported. More recent estimates figure that vaccine injuries are underreported to VAERS by a factor of 31 and deaths by a factor of 41.
Many Heathcare Professionals Don't Know About VAERS
Listen to the brief testimony from Collette Martin, a practicing nurse who testified before a Louisiana Health and Welfare Committee hearing on December 6, 2021, talk about children who are having “terrifying” reactions to the COVID shot. She also discusses how VAERS is not used frequently primarily because licensed doctors, nurses and healthcare professionals do not even know it exists, so injury reports are not being filed. Hospitals are not gathering data on COVID jab injuries in any other ways, so there’s no data to investigate even if authorities seek to do so.
COVID Vaccine Deaths Vs. All Other Vaccines Since 1990 More Deaths from COVID Vaccine Than All Others Combined
VAERS HHS releases COVID Data weekly, but they release last week’s data, so an update will always lag a week behind.
The term anaphylaxis is defined by the CDC with a rigid descending set of symptoms. In VAERS you don’t always get a full clinical picture; submitters don’t insert everything in the narrative field so it doesn’t get a medDRA term in the symptom field. For the term severe allergic reaction OpenVAERS uses broader search queries in the narrative field, which include things like use of an epiPen®.