Adverse Effects from COVID-19 Vaccination Represent 62.12% of U.S. Vaccine-Related Deaths (and 67.03% of All) Reported to the CDC, 1990 - November 5, 2021

NOTE: This piece will be periodically updated to include the latest data available (LAST UPDATED NOVEMBER 14, 2021).

See anything unusual below?

I pulled the above table from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) for data through November 5, 2021 ("ALL LOCATIONS"), which is available on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website [*1] and tracks vaccine-related injuries and deaths in the United States since 1990.

When the search is refined to "U.S./territories/unknown," the figure halves, meaning over half of deaths reported to the CDC come from outside the U.S (UPDATE: I explore this anomaly in a piece here,  about 1/5th of VAERS reports are foreign, but HALF of COVID-19 deaths are foreign, which is evidence of shenanigans or gross underrepresentation in the U.S. data reporting).

VAERS is a voluntary self-reporting tool that is used by health-care workers but can also be used by individuals. If an unexplained injury or death occurs, like from blood-clotting, temporally connected to a recent vaccine administered, a report can be made.

This doesn't mean the injury or death was definitively caused by the vaccine. But how many incidents are not reported to VAERS? A 2010 report on the VAERS system, submitted to a federal agency, stated [*2]:
[F]ewer than 1% of vaccine adverse events are reported. … Barriers to reporting include a lack of clinician awareness, uncertainty about when and what to report, as well as the burden of reporting: reporting is not part of the clinician's usual workflow, takes time, and is duplicative.
COVID-19 (Corona Virus, "COV," identified "ID"ed in 2019," hereinafter "COVID") influenza deaths reported on death certificates are mandatory and require mere speculation of COVID or a positive COVID test [*3] within 28 days of the death for a death to be chalked up to COVID.

Death counts are tallied toward COVID even if the patient died of a "clear alternative cause," at least in Illinois, according its Department of Public Health Director, Dr. Ngozi Ezeke [*4].

If speculation to cause is good enough for a death certificate for a COVID death, why can't we apply the same standard for accepting VAERS reporting? After all, VAERS is voluntary reporting and death certificates are mandatory reporting. Perhaps less than 1% of COVID vaccine injuries are reported on VAERS. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) under the Department of Labor (DOL) is encouraging employers, many of which make their employees choose between wearing a mask or getting the COVID vaccine(s), at the very least, to keep any side effects associated with the COVID vaccines on the down low [*5]:
DOL and OSHA, as well as other federal agencies, are working diligently to encourage COVID-19 vaccinations. OSHA does not wish to have any appearance of discouraging workers from receiving COVID-19 vaccination, and also does not wish to disincentivize employers’ vaccination efforts. As a result, OSHA will not enforce 29 CFR 1904’s recording requirements to require any employers to record worker side effects from COVID-19 vaccination through May 2022. We will reevaluate the agency’s position at that time to determine the best course of action moving forward [emphasis added].
Even if some of the one-percent-or-so of COVID vaccine injuries reported to VAERS are causally dubious, certainly, many COVID deaths on death certificate are also causally dubious by the governments' very own definitions.

In the U.S., Medicare and Medicaid pay $13,000 for COVID-related treatment and $39,000 if the patient is put on a ventilator [*6]. With CDC and government funding for COVID-related outbreaks, in tandem with the CDC all but begging writers of death certificates to over-report, do you honestly believe the "COVID" death figures the media scares you with every day, especially when 94% of the deaths reported have co-morbidities (other causes of death, as conceded in this comically-feckless Reuters "fact check") [*7]?

If anything, the vaccine injuries are underrepresented, especially relative to purported COVID deaths, which are undoubtedly overrepresented.

How many vaccines were given in the U.S. since 1990 (when VAERS reporting began)? I couldn't find a definitive answer. But the Health Services and Resources Administration in the U.S. (HRSA) reports data from the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program, a special non-jury administrative court system U.S. law mandates, with its compensation paid for by a tax on the vaccines, victims and their loved ones must go through first in order to bring a claim for a vaccine-related death or injury before being allowed to proceed to court (damages are capped in "vaccine court" but not in regular court). From 2006-2018, the number of doses for a vaccine distributed in the U.S.: 3,761,744,351 (3.76 billion) [*8].

Proving medical causation for injury or death from a drug can be extraordinarily expensive for a lawyer (paying doctors for depositions and analysis, many charging $1,000/hour or more for their time); thus some risk for the cost of litigation goes to the lawyer taking on a case or the lawyer's client bringing it in the event the "vaccine court" denies the claim and compensation from the fund for the attorney's endeavors to bring the claim.

By the way, COVID "vaccines" are exempt from litigation in any court system, including the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program, unless the victim can prove willful misconduct by the vaccine maker, as in the vaccine maker intentionally made a product that harms people [*9]. Good luck proving that! (UPDATE: I've added a piece elaborating on the complexities of liability for vaccine injuries you can read here).

The CDC reports, as of November 13, 2021, 226,157,226 (68.1%) of Americans have received at least one dose of the COVID "vaccine" [*10]. Compare this number to the 3.76 billion total vaccines given from 2006-2018 when considering the forthcoming analysis.

As a caveat, I can't in good faith refer to the injections people receive for COVID-19 as "vaccines," since they were never tested to see if they prevent human-to-human transmission, which at least used to be a core component to the definition of a "vaccine [*11]." Thus, I refer to these COVID-19 shots being administered as "not-vaccines."

(UPDATE: I relegated a portion of this from its original May publication to a footnote [*12], since it discusses COVID-19 vaccine deaths, which were, at the time, only 3,083, and a Business Insider report).

VAERS shows 1,501.573 U.S. vaccine-related injuries or deaths from 1990 to November 5, 2021.

The COVID not-vaccine U.S. incidents for that period are 711,977, representing 47.42% of the total injuries or deaths.

VAERS shows 13,612 U.S. vaccine-related deaths since 1990. COVID U.S. not-vaccine deaths are at 8,456, representing 62.12% of the total deaths reported.

VAERS shows 22,379 U.S. vaccine-related permanent disability incidents since 1990. COVID U.S. not-vaccine permanent disability incidents are at 9,770, representing 43.66% of the total.

VAERS shows 19,657 U.S. life-threatening vaccine incidents since 1990. COVID U.S. not-vaccine life-threatening incidents are at 9,882, representing 50.27% of the total.

VAERS shows 77,915 U.S. vaccine-related hospitalizations since 1990. COVID U.S. not-vaccine hospitalizations are at 38,629, representing 50.86% of the total.

There have undoubtedly been a lot more than 3.76 billion vaccine doses since 1990. But let's use that HRSA figure from 2006-2018 for the whole 1990-present period. As of November 13, 2021, the CDC reported 226,157,226 Americans (68.1%) getting at least one COVID "vaccine" dose, which would represent 5% of the total vaccines. Despite what would be only 5% of the total vaccinations, U.S. COVID not-vaccine deaths represent 62.12% of the total U.S. vaccine deaths reported on VAERS.

When searching COVID not-vaccine incidents for "ALL," meaning foreign-country reports are included, the figures roughly double for 1990 - November 5, 2021. Note 18,461 deaths, which represent 67.03% of all 27,543  deaths ever reported to VAERS from anywhere in the world.

foreign reports, which represent about 19% of all reports since 1990, are greatly outpacing U.S. ones, with foreign-reported deaths outpacing U.S. ones by 4:1 [*13]. This is a recently-occurring phenomenon; so it's probably evidence of games with the numbers more than it might be the safety or European vaccines versus American ones.

Let's think ahead. Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said at a virtual event hosted by CVS Health: "There will be likely a need for a third dose, somewhere between 6 and 12 months. And then from there. There will be an annual revaccination. But all of that needs to be confirmed. [*14]." COVID not-vaccines are a recurring-market business model. Be prepared to be pressured (or mandated) into a new COVID vaccine every six months or year.

(UPDATE: My prediction, that anybody with a brain could've made, came true. We are now under a regime of never-ending "boosters.") 

Considering we infer VAERS almost certainly underreports actual COVID not-vaccine injuries and deaths, what will the numbers wind up being in the years ahead?

What are the long-term health consequences of the COVID not-vaccines? That question is beyond my scope here, but I suggest my dear readers consider it and do the math on the risks.

Will you be getting your COVID annual (or maybe quarterly) not-vaccines?

UPDATES: I added a comparison of VAERS reports that come from outside the U.S. It's surprising how many reports are made from a foreign country. The figures double when those numbers are included. Why are so many people from foreign countries reporting to a U.S. agency? Also, I found a report from 2010 that stated less than 1% of vaccine adverse events were reported to VAERS. Reference to that report has been added and linked at footnote 2.

[*10] Checked June 4, 2021.
[*12] A Business Insider story from April 15, 2021 states: 
Of the 75 million people across the US who were fully vaccinated as of Tuesday, some 5,800 had still tested positive for COVID-19, in what's known as a "breakthrough infection," according to new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
A few of those infections in vaccinated people were severe. About 400 of the 5,800 people with breakthrough infections, or 7%, required hospitalization, and 74, or 1.3%, died from the disease, the CDC said in a statement.
The 74 people getting the vaccine and dying of COVID anyway is a lot lower than the number of vaccine-takers who died of complications according to the VAERS (excluding "foreign" reports) reporting system through April 16, 2021, which showed 3,053 COVID not-vaccine deaths, or 4,125% more deaths.


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    1. I'll be updating this piece as new data comes in. Last one-week report, 5/7 thru 5/14 shows 144 more deaths in just one week. And that, compared to other weeks, is a GOOD week for deaths.


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