James Watkins | November 2, 2021
According to the most recent VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Effects Reporting System) report, published by the Center for Disease Control & Prevention on October 22, 2021, many adverse effects being reported from those recently vaccinated continue to occur at high rates.
According to the CDC 1,580,000 people in the United States received at least one vaccine dose between October 15 and October 22. The total number of people who have been at least partially vaccinated was 219.9 million as of October 22, 2021
Of the 1.58 million people in the U.S. vaccinated during the week October 15 through October 22, 308,134 adverse effects were reported to the CDC.
Included in the report are 8,068 deaths, 37,986 people reported being hospitalized, 78,452 sought urgent care, 2,044 people reports anaphylaxis, 2,681 said they have Bells Palsy, there were 1,314 miscarriages, and 4,104 heart attacks.
Additionally, 3,667 reports of myocarditis were reported to VAERS during that same week, 9.353 people reported becoming permanently disabled, and over 24,000 additional patients stated they had a severe allergic reaction.
While the CDC cautions the VAERS reporting system does not conclusively prove the vaccinations caused the events, 95% of the reports are said to occur within 24 to 48 hours of taking vaccines, and little is also known about patience underlying conditions at the time the vaccine was administered, since no patients are tested for COVID before getting the shot, which could exacerbate the adverse reaction, according to CDC health officials.
Still, in terms of sheer numbers, health expert Peter McCullough stated in October that more than a few deaths from any new experimental use vaccine should send warning signs throughout the medical community, and would normally warrant cessation, “a complete full stop,” according to McCullough.
According to OpenVaers.com, which tabulates the CDC data and breaks down adverse effects by demographic, 1.67 million people worldwide have reported serious reactions after getting vaccinated, and 26,680 people have died after getting vaccinated, since VAERS began tracking in January 2020.