What deaths from COVID-19 vaccines and side-effects are being reported?

UKColumn have consolidated the COVID-19 adverse event data into an easy-to-use page that displays the outcome information at levels you can select. The COVID-19 Vaccine Analysis Overview to the 6th May 2021 for all vaccines shows 224,544 reports with 786,350 different adverse events and 1,143 fatalities. However, this data could be a serious under-estimate due to a lack of 'Yellow Card' reporting.

Recording COVID-19 vaccine adverse reactions

Healthcare professionals are meant to record all medicine side-effects via the the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) 'Yellow Card' system, however, there is a massive caveat to the outcome data as it would appear (according to the official government website), that less than 10% of serious adverse events actually end up being recorded. So, we simply do not know what the real figure actually is. Furthermore, anyone trying to review the reported information on actual fatalities and adverse events following vaccination will be confronted by complex lists of data, such as the COVID-19 vaccine AstraZeneca analysis print

Therefore, in order to try and make the task a little easier, UKColumn have consolidated all the data into an easy-to-use page that displays the outcome information at levels you can select. At present, the COVID-19 Vaccine Analysis Overview to the 6th May 2021 for all vaccines shows 224,544 reports with 786,350 different adverse events and 1,143 fatalities.

Experimental at world level

The so-called COVID-19 vaccines are not vaccines in the traditional sense and are still in an experimental phase (Phase 3) of their development. They have been made available under emergency legislation. The active ingredient is a strand of messenger RNA that sends an instruction via the genomic coding system to the cell nucleus. There is therefore obviously no longer-term safety data as yet. There are major concerns as the whole new therapeutic approach that involves genetic manipulation in order to raise self-produced antigen (viral spike protein) is still highly experimental. The true consequences of this new form of gene modifying treatment are unknown. The Phase 3 experimental phase is not due to be complete until 2023.

Due to the experimental nature of this treatment and as reported by Doctors for COVID Ethics, "COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers have been exempted from legal liability for vaccine-induced harm. It is therefore in the interests of all those authorising, enforcing and administering COVID-19 vaccinations to understand the evidence regarding the risks and benefits of these vaccines, since liability for harm will fall on them."

See also - Is the Pfizer COVID vaccine safe or not?

and COVID Vaccines: Necessity, Efficacy and Safety

and VITT Large Vessel Stroke Linked to AstraZeneca COVID Vaccine

Overview by Microbiologist, Professor Sucharit Bhakdi - How gene based vaccines can be responsible for triggering auto-immune disease Killer lymphocytes and 'new' viruses. He says, "Killer lymphocytes can only kill your own cells".

Eric Clapton describes his experiences following first and second jabs.

 

 

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