Vaccine Deaths – By the Numbers

The information you see comes direct from the CDC VAERS program.

Those forms you fill out when you get your Covid shot is useful for reporting side effects, and in some cases, death from or following a first or second vaccine from all three of the major vaccines by Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson and Johnson.

The information included all patients in the United States (including territories) who received a vaccine between January 1 and May 14, 2021.

THE NUMBERS

Between January 1 and May 14:

4,169 people have died

217,716 people reported serious or ongoing side effects

Of those who died

2,363 were Men (56%)

1,806 were Women (43%)

AGE GROUPS

Under 1 year – 5 deaths (.12% of all deaths)

Ages 1 to 20 – 16 deaths (.38%)

Ages 21 to 34 – 58 deaths (1.39%)

Ages 35 to 50 – 179 deaths (4.29%)

Ages 51 to 64 – 596 deaths (14.3%)

Ages 65 to 74 – 924 deaths (22.16%)

Ages 75 to 84 – 982 deaths (23.5%)

Ages 85 to 106 – 1,100 deaths (26.39%)

Unknown age – 304 deaths (7.3%)

The first recorded death from a vaccine shows a 78 year old male from Louisiana who collapsed of respiratory failure within an hour after taking the vaccine the first day (January 1) it was available. It was not reported if the patient had any pre-existing conditions.

The second death was recorded two days later, on January 3rd, 2021, and the victim was a 90 year old female who had lived in a retirement home where a Covid outbreak had previously been reported. The woman was diagnosed with COVID and also had underlying conditions which contributed to her death. What isn’t known is what effect the vaccine may have had on the patient.

In January there were 477 deaths across the United States of people who had taken a vaccine

February the number of deaths jumped 63% to 782 deaths.

There were 1,282 deaths vaccine deaths reported in March, also an increase of 63.9%.

April reported 1,336 deaths after vaccines were given, up 4.2% from the previous month, and so far in May (up to May 14th, according to the SAERS data records) stands at 337 deaths after receiving a vaccine.

States reporting significant numbers of vaccine deaths are as follows:

California with 287 deaths

Florida reported 182 deaths

Illinois with 175 deaths

New York with 173 deaths

Texas with 167 deaths

Michigan reported 146 vaccine deaths

Pennsylvania with 128 deaths

Kentucky with 120 deaths

North Carolina reported 82 deaths

Washington with 73 deaths

New Jersey with 67 deaths reported after people received a vaccine shot for Covid.

Colorado 47, Alaska reported 50 and Connecticut with 30, all occurring between January 1 and May 14, 2021.

According to our World in Data 49.5% of U.S. citizens have been vaccinated, while over 162,470,794 have had at least one jab.

The math tells us that if 162,470,794 (as of May 21, 2021) people have thus far received at least one vaccine shot and 4,169 people have died, this number represents less than 0.0025% of those vaccinated.

Finally, based purely on the number of incidents reported (217,716): this number represents .13 % of the overall number of people who were vaccinated at least once and either got sick, or died, which is slightly less than the percentage of people who are likely to get sick from COVID (2%, depending on age).

Now you know the numbers.

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