The VAERS system is a US vaccine safety database that has received much attention since it was created in 1990 and now receives over 60,000 reports annually.
The data show 1,400 deaths from vaccinations reported each year with most happening within 30 days post-injection but only about 10% considered serious enough to meet the definition of disability or hospitalization due to adverse events.
Deaths are underreported as they may not be related specifically just by chance alone so there’s really no way for doctors or anyone else involved on this issue who doesn’t know what happened during those few short weeks after vaccination could assess responsibility without knowing more details – which unfortunately isn’t always available at first glance
From the time that the COVID vaccines came into the population, there have been 14,701 deaths reported from the vaccine according to VAERS. Many of those have come from within the last month and a half with around 3,300 deaths. That’s about 70 per day!
To show you just how unusual these sort of numbers are, take a look at this chart that breaks down deaths reported to VAERS by year.
Did you notice how there is a massive increase in the year 2021? Of course, you did! You can’t miss it.
The big thing that people who are the hardcore pro-vaccine folk who think that they can do no wrong will typically offer the objection that anyone can report something to VAERS. My response to that is, so what? That’s supposed to be a bad thing?
They want to try and discredit the deaths from vaccines by saying this. But they don’t want to put the shoe on the other foot. On the other side of the coin, people can say that they’re manipulating the data on the side of those who die from COVID. It’s a two-sided coin here.