Reports from the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) including non-domestic reports showed there are now over a million cases of COVID-19 vaccine adverse reaction including more than 21,000 deaths through December 24, 2021.
The VAERS website is now reporting a total of 1,000,227 COVID vaccine adverse events according to the latest number.
There are now:
** 21,002 reported deaths from the COVID vaccine
** 110,609 reported hospitalizations
** 3,435 miscarriages
** 10,640 heart attacks
** 22, 117 developed myocarditis/pericarditis
** 35,650 permanently disabled
** 23,892 life threatening condition.
The chart shows there was 21,504 reported death for the year 2021 and most of the deaths occurred the same day they were vaccinated. See below:
As early as 12-years-old reported to develop myocarditis/pericarditis and the most affected are from the age range 15-25 years old. See below:
17,485 people who developed myocarditis/pericarditis had received the Pfizer vaccine, 4,273 Moderna, and only 317 from J&J.
The number of deaths linked to the CDC-promoted vaccines this year has absolutely skyrocketed, according to the CDC’s own data.
The VAERS database contains information on unverified reports of adverse events (illnesses, health problems and/or symptoms) following immunization with US-licensed vaccines. The CDC government website links to VAERS platform.
What VAERS Says: “‘VAERS occasionally receives case reports from US manufacturers that were reported to their foreign subsidiaries. Under FDA regulations, if a manufacturer is notified of a foreign case report that describes an event that is both serious and unexpected (in other words, it does not appear in the product labeling), they are required to submit it to VAERS.”
“The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) database contains information on unverified reports of adverse events (illnesses, health problems and/or symptoms) following immunization with US-licensed vaccines. Reports are accepted from anyone and can be submitted electronically at www.vaers.hhs.gov.”