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Tons of COVID vaccine adverse effects nobody is verifying
Relevant to the question over whether the COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective, whether the benefits outweigh the risks, are issues like vaccine effectiveness and safety being exaggerated, COVID deaths being exaggerated, and COVID vaccine deaths being underreported.
We recently noted that VAERS in the US has many adverse effects and deaths reported for the COVID vaccines, and the situation may be worse as VAERS is historically underreported, but the powers that be are happy to explain that such reports are unverified, because, you know, they aren’t verifying them. We’ve also noted that many doctors are hesitant to report on COVID vaccine side effects. Now we learn from small German news outlet Apollo News that the German authorities haven’t been able to verify their many VAERS-like reports of COVID vaccine adverse effects as there are so many of them. Source. Those doubtful of smaller news outlets will be happy to know that major English-language fact-checkers have also noted that many of Germany’s reported COVID vaccine adverse effects have gone unverified. Source.
But wait, there’s more. Australian journalist Rebekah Barnett reports that she emailed the Australian drug regulator, the TGA, for clarification about “how many Covid vaccine adverse event reports they have assessed, and how many they have determined as causally linked to the vaccines”, allegedly receiving the response: “The TGA has received over 139,000 adverse event reports for COVID-19 vaccines. It is common for the reports to have limited information on which to conduct a causality assessment. For this reason, almost all reports received by the TGA are assigned a causality of ‘possible’, even where the reporter provides limited information, or information that suggests the adverse event was not related to vaccination.” Source. Possible. In other words, they apparently don’t know one way or the other. So there are loads of reports of vaccine side effects, but you’re unable to refer to them without being called a conspiracy theorist, because they are unverified, because the people that could and arguably should be verifying them are not verifying them.
Extra: In line with Barnett’s questions to the TGA, I have also asked them today about how many of the COVID vaccine reports they have verified, and will keep you posted if they respond.
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