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Anaphylaxis, Bell’s Palsy, Guillain-Barre Syndrome: Most Prominent Adverse Events of COVID-19 Experimental Vaccines

Update: April 25, 2021–7,157 people have contracted COVID-19 AFTER taking the experimental “vaccinations.”

There have been almost 69,000 “adverse events” since December voluntarily reported on the latest VAERS report updated on Friday, April 23, 2021.

Anaphylaxis, Bell’s Palsy, Guillain-Barré Syndrome, and miscarriages are some of the most prominent events.

This report indicated 795 reports related to blood clotting disorders with 400 attributed to Pfizer, 337 to Moderna and 56 to Johnson & Johnson between Dec. 14, 2020 and April 8, 2021.

This information is released each Friday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on the number of injuries and deaths reported to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).

The data now confirms that following COVID vaccines, there are growing numbers of reports for blood clots and other related blood disorders associated with all three vaccines approved for Emergency Use Authorization in the U.S.

Only Johnson & Johnson (J&J) was “paused” briefly for blood clot concerns while Pfizer and Moderna vaccinations continue.

What was first presented by mainstream media and vaccine defenders as conspiracy theories has backfired on their propaganda. It is true that many people are having adverse reactions. Their future could reveal more.

As of April 8, 2021 68,357 adverse events were reported through VAERS. Historically, VAERS has grossly underreported and estimated actual cases. There have been 2,602 confirmed deaths in the U.S. This is an increase of 260 over the previous week — and 8,285 serious injuries, up 314 since last week.

From the 2,602 deaths reported as of April 8, 27% occurred within 48 hours of vaccination, 19% occurred within 24 hours and 41% occurred in people who became ill within 48 hours of being vaccinated.

The latest VAERS data show:

19% of deaths were related to cardiac disorders.

55% of those who died were male, 43% were female and the remaining death reports did not include gender of the deceased.

The average age of those who died was 77 and the youngest death was an 18-year-old. There are a few reported deaths in children under 18, but the CDC state these could be “errors.”

Bell’s Palsy

As of April 8, 408 pregnant women had reported adverse events related to COVID vaccines, including 114 reports of miscarriage or premature birth.

Of the 678 cases of Bell’s Palsy reported, 59% of cases were reported after Pfizer-BioNTech vaccinations, 38% following vaccination with the Moderna vaccine and 24 cases (4%) of Bell’s Palsy were reported with J&J.

There were 77 reports of Guillain-Barré Syndrome with 55% of cases attributed to Pfizer, 40% to Moderna and 10% to J&J.

There were 20,021 reports of anaphylaxis with 47% of cases attributed to Pfizer’s vaccine, 46% to Moderna and 7% to J&J.

Reports of blood clotting disorders in VAERS

Children’s Health Defense queried the VAERS data for a series of adverse events associated with the formation of clotting disorders and other related conditions. VAERS yielded a total of 795 reports for all three vaccines from Dec. 14, 2020, through April 8.

Of the 795 cases reported, there were 400 reports attributed to Pfizer, 337 reports with Moderna and 56 reports with J&J — far more than the eight J&J cases under investigation, including the two additional cases added Wednesday.

Michigan remains the hot spot accounting for more than 10% of daily COVID cases in the U.S. and home to 16 of the 17 metro areas with the nation’s worst case rates of late, the tracker shows.

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  1. I got both Pfizer vaccines in February. I’m 72 and asthmatic and made the choice to get it. I value your blog and your commitment to share helpful and interesting information. I am concerned about what I’m reading but little I can do since I’m already vaccinated. I haven’t had any side effects and hope I stay that way. Get this! I have never taken the flu shot.

    Thank you for all you do keeping us informed.

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  2. I really want to take the vaccine so I can live my life again. Most in my family have gotten it (including my 90 year old mom) with only complaints of sore arms. But I’m hesitant since I developed Guillain-Barre Syndrome 15 years ago about 6 weeks after getting a tetanus shot. I was told not to get vaccinations after that and I haven’t. The CDC is saying that a history of GBS is not included as a precaution to vaccination, but are only referencing the clinical trials. Yours is the first site I have found with some statistics. Thanks. I still am not sure what to do, but this helps.

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    • My wife has been a nurse (immunology and vaccinations for 15 years) out of the 39 years as a registered nurse. MANY of her colleagues will not take it. My family isn’t. I suggest you read articles tagged “pandemic” here. 100s of others have changed their minds and will no way take the shots. They are more dangerous especially long term. Be sure and check out the article being released here tomorrow morning about the 10 Things We Now Now AFTER A YEAR OF COVID. It’s sobering. Over 9200 have died soon after taking the experimental vaccines in US (8500 in Europe).In the late fall, there will be many vaccinated people who will experience very dangerous effects and deaths. I’m not about to get vaccinated, but if I did, it would be at least a year or two. Good luck, but with a 99.7% survival rate, the flu and common cold are far more dangerous.

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    • What do you mean live your life again? Go live it now. Last summer when everyone said stay home, We went on a road trip from Texas to DC and back. Barely wore masks and only out of respect for others. We went to high density places like Branson. Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Dollywood, DC on July 4 weekend…so did many others along our trip who realize we’ve been lied to. Eating right, taking zync, vitamins, supplements has kept our immunities strong. Go live your life now.

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