Safe and Effective: Here is the List of Countries to Report on COVID-19 Vaccination Adverse Reactions
This year has seen a sudden increase in the number of fatalities that have been attributed to vaccines.
These authoritarians have been telling us for the past two years that these vaccines are safe and effective, but we have consistently refuted their claims.
Instead of being open, honest, and transparent about the vaccines, the federal government has worked tirelessly to cover up anything that would be considered negative towards the Covid jab.
What are they hiding?
Reports from the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) including non-domestic reports showed there are now over 1.3 million cases of COVID-19 vaccine adverse reactions including more than 30,000 deaths through August 12, 2022.
The VAERS website is now reporting a total of 1,385,398 COVID vaccine adverse events according to the latest number.
There are now:
** 30,347 reported deaths from the COVID vaccine
** 173,449 reported hospitalizations
** 4,941 miscarriages
** 16,278 heart attacks
** 51,566 developed myocarditis/pericarditis
** 56,743 permanently disabled
** 33,583 life threatening condition
** 14,518 shingles
In the United Kingdom, the total number of complaints of suspected adverse drug reactions (ADRs) received in the country up to and including July 27th, 2022 was 431,993.
These reports were recorded in The Yellow Card. The Yellow Card scheme is a mechanism by which anybody can voluntarily report any suspected adverse reactions or side effects to the vaccine.
“We are working with public health bodies and encouraging all healthcare professionals and patients alike to report any suspected ADRs to the Yellow Card scheme. As expected, reports gradually increase in line with an increase in doses administered,” according to the website.
“The overall reporting rate for first, second and third or booster doses is in the order of 2 to 5 Yellow Cards per 1,000 doses administered for the COVID-19 Vaccine Pfizer/BioNTech, COVID-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca and COVID-19 Vaccine Moderna. It is known from the clinical trials that the more common side effects for all vaccines can occur at a rate of more than one in 10 doses (for example, local reactions or symptoms resembling transient flu-like symptoms).”
“Yellow Card reports of suspected ADRs are evaluated, together with additional sources of evidence, by a team of safety experts to identify any new safety issues or side effects,” the website wrote.
The Canadian government has received roughly 50,000 reports of adverse reactions to COVID vaccinations, 10,047 of which were deemed to be severe.
“A total of 87,040,246 vaccine doses have been administered in Canada as of July 22, 2022. Adverse events (side effects) have been reported by 49,921 people. That’s about 6 people out of every 10,000 people vaccinated who have reported 1 or more adverse events,” according to the government’s website.
“Of the 49,921 individual reports, 39,874 were considered non-serious (0.046% of all doses administered) and 10,047 were considered serious (0.012% of all doses administered),” it said.
“Myocarditis (inflammation of the heart muscle) and pericarditis (inflammation of the lining around the heart) following vaccination with COVID-19 mRNA vaccines. Data in Canada indicate a higher number of reports in younger people (i.e. less than 40 years of age) than would normally be expected in this age group in the general population,” it added. You can read the rest here.
In Australia, the total adverse event reported in Therapeutic Good Administration (TGA) following immunization to 7 August 2022 was 135,249 out of 62,626,416 doses administered.
From the TGA website:
To 7 August 2022, we have received about 4,240 reports from approximately 3.7 million doses of Comirnaty (Pfizer) and Spikevax (Moderna) in 12-17 year olds. The most commonly reported reactions are chest pain, headache, dizziness, nausea and fever.
The TGA is also closely monitoring adverse event reports in 5-11 year olds. To 7 August 2022, we have received about 1,600 reports from approximately 2.3 million Comirnaty (Pfizer) and Spikevax (Moderna) doses administered in this age group. The most common reactions reported included chest pain, vomiting, fever, headache and abdominal pain. We have received 37 reports of suspected myocarditis and/or pericarditis in this age group. Following review of the reports, 4 were likely to represent myocarditis and another 7 reports were likely to represent pericarditis.
Survey data from AusVaxSafety show that:
children and adults are more likely to experience side effects after a second COVID-19 vaccine dose, but most reactions are mild and temporary.
children aged 5-11 years report fewer side effects than older Australians following a second dose. You can read the rest here.
In the Philippines, the data shown below from Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are cumulative reports from the start of the vaccination program on 01
March 2021 up until 05 June 2022.
There were a total of 101,984 reports of adverse effects. Out of those reactions, 93,572 were considered to be non-serious events, while 8,412 were serious events. You can read the rest here.
Of the 62,937 adverse events following immunization (AEFI) cases reported in New Zealand by Pfizer up to and including 30 June 2022, 59,485 were non-serious and 3,452 were serious cases.
Of the 313 adverse events following immunization (AEFI) cases reported in New Zealand by Pfizer, 292 were non-serious and 21 were serious cases. You can read the rest here.
The number of recorded adverse events (AE) in Singapore was 17,313, with 1,032 of those being potentially serious. Read the rest here.
In South Korea, a total of 71,413 adverse events were reported following immunization with Novavax from February 12, 2022 to March 12, 2022. This data does not include other vaccines approved in South Korea. You can read the rest here.
Below are the reports of suspected side effects in the EU/EEA: (Status as of June 26, 2022)
BioNTech and Pfizer: 848,204
You can read the rest here.
According to these websites, the data does not necessarily mean that it was caused by the vaccine, only that the reporter has a suspicion it may have been.
There will be additional countries added to this list. When new data becomes available, we will update this.