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Re Bell’s Palsy as an Adverse Event

I made comments regarding cases of Bell’s Palsy (with facial droop) as a result of the vaccine on 31 March 2021. At the time, there seemed to be few cases, or at least cases that were studied. In any case, to follow up, I checked the VAERS and EudraVigilance for reported cases of Bell’s Palsy as a result of the so-called vaccines.


US (as of 30 July 2021)


There are 3,156 cases of Bell’s Palsy, equivalent to 0.58% of reported adverse events. Although this is not the most popular, it is much closer to the top of the list than the bottom.


I am not sure if it is related or not, but there are also 3,357 cases of facial paralysis, equivalent to 0.62% of reported adverse events.


Figure 1: US cases tabulated by symptoms (partial), 30 July 2021
Figure 1: US cases tabulated by symptoms (partial), 30 July 2021

Europe (as of 6/7 August 2021)


Astrazeneca – 639 cases of Bell’s Palsy, equivalent to 0.18% of reported adverse events. There is 1 reported fatality.


Moderna – 1,146 cases of Bell’s Palsy, equivalent to 1.32% of reported adverse events.


Pfizer-Biontech (Tozinameran) – 1,399 cases of Bell’s Palsy, equivalent to 0.41% of reported adverse events.


Figure 2: Bell's Palsy cases in Europe attributed to Astrazeneca.
Figure 2: Bell's Palsy cases in Europe attributed to Astrazeneca.
Figure 3: Bell's Palsy cases in Europe attributed to Moderna.
Figure 3: Bell's Palsy cases in Europe attributed to Moderna.
Figure 4: Bell's Palsy cases in Europe attributed to Pfizer-Biontech (Tozinameran).
Figure 4: Bell's Palsy cases in Europe attributed to Pfizer-Biontech (Tozinameran).
 

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