According to federal reports, 55 people have died in the United States after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine.
According to reports, there have been deaths among people who have both Modern - like the Pfizer BioNTechvaccine.
"Only a small fraction of the actual adverse events"
The reporting system, the nmVaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), is a federal database. The system is passive, which means that reports are not collected automatically and must be archived. VAERS reports can be submitted by anyone, including healthcare professionals, patients or family members.
VAERS reports "Often lack details and can sometimes contain information that contains errors"according to the reporting system's website. Still, reports on VAERS represent "Only a small fraction of actual adverse events", the site states, although under-reporting is believed to be less common for serious events.
In some cases, patients died within days of receiving a COVID-19 vaccine.
One man, a 66-year-old retirement home in Colorado, was sleepy and stayed in bed for a day after receiving Moderna's vaccine. Early the next morning, on Christmas Day, the resident was seen “quietly in bed, pale, with half-open eyes and foam coming out of the mouth and unresponsive,” the VAERS report states. "He was not breathing and had no pulse."
In another case, a 93-year-old South Dakota man was injected with the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine around 4:11.00 a.m. on January XNUMX. About two hours later, he said he was tired and could not continue with the physical therapy he was doing. longer. He was taken back to his room, where he said his legs felt heavy. Shortly afterwards, he stopped breathing. A nurse issued an order not to resuscitate.
Moderna and Pfizer did not respond to requests for comment. Abigail Capobianco, a spokeswoman for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), told The Epoch Times via email: "All reports of death following vaccine administration are promptly and thoroughly investigated by the FDA" and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). "
Officials at the agencies are working with health care providers to obtain medical histories and clinical follow-up information and conduct a clinical case review, she said, adding: "It is important to note that it is generally not possible to determine from VAERS data whether a vaccine caused an adverse reaction."
Health officials on the VAERS website warn that a report to the system does not prove that a vaccine caused the side effect, and no evidence is required that the event was caused by the vaccine for the system to accept the report.
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