More injuries have been linked to the experimental Covid-19 vaccine in the last 11 months than all other vaccines have been linked to in the prior 30 years.
- The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) is co-managed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and tracks side effects caused by vaccines.
- VAERS began tracking vaccine injuries in 1990.
- There have been 1,742,488 total vaccine adverse events reported to VAERS since its inception.
- 894,143 of those adverse events alone are linked to the Covid-19 vaccine.
- But Covid-19 vaccines were first administered to the public as late as mid-December 2020.
- In less than a year, Covid-19 vaccine injuries alone have accounted for 51.31% of all injuries reported to VAERS since 1990.
- Out of the 27,951 total reported vaccine-linked deaths, 18,853 (67%) alone are linked to the Covid-19 vaccine.
- Only “1% of vaccine adverse events are reported” to VAERS at all, according to a 2010 Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) report conducted by Harvard doctors, meaning the Covid-19 vaccine has caused closer to 89,414,300 adverse reactions—including 1,885,300 deaths—since Dec 2020.
Jon Fleetwood is Managing Editor for American Faith and author of “An American Revival: Why American Christianity Is Failing & How to Fix It.“
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