This post also includes figures from the US, EEA, UK and Australia. The figures are for doses, not the number of so-called vaccinees since some people require two doses. Please note the different dates.
Some have been asking about the number of fatalities. Deaths are mentioned in the UK and Australian reports, but the cause is not always clear. As for the EEA, the EudraVigilance database only records fatalities for each reaction group (see “Number of Individual Cases for a selected Reaction” tab), thereby making collation a time-consuming task. One is encouraged to check out these reports for themselves. Whether by design or not, the number of fatalities is not easily seen or comprehensible, but the point of these posts is that the figures as presented are already alarming and that calling these shots “safe and effective” is an outright lie.
US (as of 2 July 2021)
328.81 million doses administered with 438,441 adverse events reported:
~133.3 adverse events per 100,000 doses, or 1 adverse event per 750 doses.
This is a noteworthy increase in frequency since the last report with approximately 1 adverse event per 817 doses. Also, there are 9,048 deaths reported, an increase from 1.58% to 2.06% (of reported adverse events).
EEA (as of 9/10 July 2021)
Astrazeneca – 84,007,426 doses administered with 160,104 adverse events reported:
~190.6 adverse events per 100,000 doses, or 1 adverse event per 525 doses.
Moderna – 43,339,447 doses administered with 38,890 adverse events reported:
~89.7 adverse events per 100,000 doses, or 1 adverse event per 1,114 doses.
Pfizer-Biontech (Tozinameran) – 320,460,911 doses administered with 219,103 adverse events reported:
~68.4 adverse events per 100,000 doses, or 1 adverse event per 1,463 doses.
UK (as of 30 June 2021)
77,909,177 doses administered with 294,759 suspected adverse events reported:
~378.3 adverse events per 100,000 doses, or 1 adverse event per 264 doses.
The rollout stats and report can be found on the UK government website.
Australia (as of 8 July 2021)
8,255,473 doses administered with 36,387 adverse events reported:
~440.8 adverse events per 100,000 doses, or 1 adverse event per 227 doses.
The report can be found on the Australian Department of Health website.
Compare all of the above to the supposedly safe MMR vaccine: ~5 adverse events per 100,000 doses or 1 adverse event per 20,000 doses.
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