VAERS, a vaccine adverse event database managed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration, contains decades worth of data on adverse reactions to vaccinations, not just to the COVID-19 vaccines.
British independent media outlet Daily Expose conducted an analysis of VAERS data on the number of adverse events reported against the COVID-19 vaccines since they were first distributed in the United States.
The media outlet's journalists analyzed 743,179 reported adverse events against COVID-19 vaccines. These reports were made between Dec. 2020 and the end of January.
Of these reports, over 92,000 cases resulted in emergency room and other hospital department visits. Around 51,000 incidents resulted in hospitalization. Nearly 12,000 cases resulted in life-threatening incidents, while 12,000 developed permanent disabilities as a result of the COVID-19 vaccines.
VAERS also listed over 10,500 deaths as a result of the COVID-19 vaccinations, excluding the nearly 500 pregnant mothers whose newly-born children came out with birth defects because they got vaccinated.
The journalists at the Daily Expose wanted to compare the number of reports made against the COVID-19 vaccine and the reports made against the flu vaccine. They found that only 137,533 adverse events reports were made due to the flu vaccines between 2008 and 2020. (Related: Prestigious vaccine journal: Flu vaccine increases coronavirus infection risk 36%.)
What this means is that in a period of over a year, VAERS received over five times more reports against the COVID-19 vaccines than it did for the flu vaccines over a long period of 13 years.
Nearly 550 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in the U.S. in the span of just over a year. For comparison, since the 2008 to 2009 flu season, over 1.72 billion doses of the flu vaccine were administered in the United States. For the 2020 to 2021 flu season alone, nearly 194 million doses of the flu vaccine were administered.
The rate of adverse event reports to the number of flu vaccines administered is one per every 12,509 doses. For COVID-19 vaccines, that rate is one report per only 740 administered doses. This is also very likely an undercount, as VAERS does not recognize all adverse event reports submitted to the system.
Furthermore, according to VAERS, the over 1.7 billion flu vaccines only caused 4,428 visits to the emergency room, 6,929 hospitalizations, 2,060 life-threatening incidents and 2,015 permanent disabilities. The flu vaccines also only caused 663 deaths and 25 children to be born with birth defects.
Like the adverse events reported against the COVID-19 vaccines, the incidents recorded in VAERS as being caused by the flu vaccines are likely underreported as well.
Despite the potential underreporting and the billions of doses of the flu vaccine administered, it seems clear that the COVID-19 vaccine has still caused more serious illnesses and deaths in the United States.
According to VAERS Analysis, from 1990 to the present day, over 750,000 reports were submitted to VAERS due to adverse reactions to vaccines other than COVID-19. This means that in just over a year, the COVID-19 vaccine was able to generate more adverse events than all of the other vaccines freely distributed in the U.S. in over 30 years.
Taking this and the Daily Expose's analysis of VAERS data into consideration, it seems very clear that the COVID-19 vaccines are very dangerous and are more likely to cause hospitalizations, permanent disabilities and deaths.
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