As of last week, 4,863 persons including adults and children perished after receiving an experimental COVID-19 vaccination in the United States.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), these deaths have already surpassed the total number of deaths reported to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) after immunization in 23 previous years.
Each fatality case report was reviewed by the CDC and the FDA physicians as soon as they are contacted, and the CDC obtained medical records to further analyze reports.
Recent reports, however, have suggested a possible causal link between the J&J/Janssen COVID-19 vaccine and the adverse effect of event blood clots with low platelets that have resulted in deaths.
Safety monitoring of the J&J/Janssen vaccine suggests a rare risk of a serious adverse event called “thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome” (TTS), which involves blood clots with low platelets. Platelets are a type of blood cell that helps blood clot.
The CDC uses VAERS to closely monitor reports of death following COVID-19 vaccination.
VAERS is a reporting system that belongs to the CDC, which the federal agency relies on for gathering data of vaccine takers inside the U.S. Since the system is open for public submission, the reports may include those symptoms that occur after vaccination but are not necessarily related to the vaccine itself.
Vaccine manufacturers are required to report to VAERS “all adverse events that come to their attention.”
There were 4,758 deaths recorded over a 23-year period from January 1998 to November 2020 (the last month before COVID-19 vaccination injections were made available for emergency usage).
During that 23-year period, over half of the recorded deaths following immunization were infants and toddlers under three. This is the next targeted demographic to receive the experimental COVID shots: young children.
It is common knowledge now that reports submitted to VAERS for vaccine injuries and deaths historically are less than 1% of actual deaths and injuries. Most go unreported.
From December 14, 2020, to May 24, 2021, more than 285 million doses of COVID-19 vaccination were given out in the United States.
In April and May 2021, VAERS received an upsurge in reports of incidents of cardiac inflammation (myocarditis and pericarditis) following COVID-19 vaccination in the United States. These cases have largely been documented in teens and young adults following vaccination with the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines.
The CDC uploaded 4,406 deaths to VAERS on Friday, May 28th, along with 262,521 injuries, including 3,299 permanent disabilities, 34,475 emergency room visits, and 14,986 hospitalizations.