BREAKING: VAERS records over 1 million vaccine adverse event reports in 2021

On New Year’s Eve, 2021, the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System logged its most recent data, breaking 1 million vaccine injuries in a single year from the COVID vaccine.

Thomas Lambert

January 1, 2022

On New Year’s Eve, 2021, the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System logged its most recent data, breaking 1 million vaccine adverse events in a single year from the COVID vaccine.

It should be noted that VAERS data is always one week behind, as it takes time to log each incident. Thus, while the new data was released to the public on December 31, the data is only as recent as December 24, 2021.

As of December 24, VAERS received 1,000,277 adverse event reports following injection with extremely dangerous COVID vaccines.

Specifically, VAERS has recorded the following:

  • 21,002 deaths following injection with the COVID vaccine — a nearly one thousand death increase since The Counter Signal reported it only two weeks ago110,609 hospitalizations

  • 109,245 forced to enter urgent care

  • 156,456 doctor office visits

  • 8,673 cases of anaphylaxis

  • 12,532 cases of Bell’s Palsy

  • 3,435 miscarriages

  • 10,640 heart attacks

  • 22,117 incidents of myocarditis/pericarditis

  • 35,650 permanently disabled

  • 5,011 thrombocytopenia/low platelet

  • 23,892 left in life-threatening condition

  • 36,492 severe allergic reactions

  • 11,462 incidents of shingles

  • And many more lesser-known illnesses.

While all of this suggests that the dangers and risks of the COVID vaccine are profound, this may only represent a fraction of the absolute devastation caused by mRNA technology.

According to the Lazarus Report, a report commissioned by the CDC to see how comprehensive and representative reports of vaccine adverse events are in America, what gets reported to VAERS is only representative of 1 to 10 per cent of all actual vaccine adverse events in America.

Moreover, while some claim that VAERS is flawed as it relies on self-reporting, most reports are filed by doctors, not patients.

What all of this suggests is that not only are there likely more than 1 million confirmed adverse reactions to mRNA vaccines in America, but the actual number is likely between 10-100 million in America in a single year.

Either way, it is now undeniable that the amount of damage caused by the COVID vaccine is unprecedented in the history of medicine.

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