The latest numbers of adverse events recorded in CDC’s VAERS reporting system include 1,637 deaths related to COVID mRNA vaccines by Pfizer and Moderna. Numbers from the system as of March 9 include:
- At least 31,079 total adverse events
- 1,637 deaths following injections
- 1,072 life-threatening incidents
- 630 permanent disabilities
- 5,781 emergency room visits
- 3,470 hospitalizations
Meanwhile, many countries in Europe have halted vaccinating people with the British-made AstraZeneca vaccine following incidents of fatal blood clots after the injections. Thailand has also stopped the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine, which is not currently authorized for use in the U.S.
The CDC continues to deny that any of the deaths following COVID vaccinations are related to the vaccines. That’s despite the latest story by all accounts of a completely healthy 39-year-old mother who suffered severe systemic organ deterioration, especially of her liver, within days of receiving the Moderna vaccine. The Epoch Times reported on her death, just four days after receiving her second dose of the vaccine.
“A review of available clinical information including death certificates, autopsy, and medical records revealed no evidence that vaccination contributed to patient deaths,” the CDC has asserted. The CDC has been previously ridiculed for counting deaths from accidents, including falls of ladders and motorcycle deaths, as COVID deaths. They’ve also admitted that well under 10 percent of counted COVID deaths stem from the virus alone, without serious morbidity co-factors like diabetes, cancer, and heart disease.
Current Vaccination Counts
According to the CDC, as of 12 March, 101 million doses of vaccine have been administered in the U.S. Roughly half the states have given 30,000 or more doses per 100,000 in population. California, Utah, Idaho, and a southern belt of states from Texas to Georgia, are currently less vaccinated than the rest of the nation.
Worldwide, 345 million doses have been given. Interestingly, China continues to lag other technologically-advanced nations in administering COVID vaccines. Just 3.2 out of a hundred citizens in China have received at least one dose of vaccine.
The U.S., much of Europe, Israel, the UAE, Bahrain, and Chile continue to outpace the rest of the world in vaccinations. By now, it’s fairly well established that much of the African continent, as well as much of Asia, has been less susceptible to the COVID virus than other regions and populations.
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