The UK Government / MHRA have released their seventeenth report highlighting adverse reactions to both the Pfizer / BioNTech and Oxford / AstraZeneca vaccines that have occurred since the roll-out began on the 8th December 2020 and this time we dug deeper and what we have found it terrifying…
The U.K. Governments report (which you can find here) has collated data inputted up to the 19th May via the MHRA Yellow Card Scheme. At this point an estimated 12.7 million first doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine and 24.2 million doses of the Oxford University/AstraZeneca vaccine, had been administered. As well as around 10.5 million second doses of the Pfizer jab, and 10.7 million second doses of the AstraZeneca jab. There had also been around 0.3 million first doses of the Moderna vaccine administered as of the 19th May.
As of the same date the MHRA had received 175,673 reports of adverse reactions to the Pfizer jab, and 676,083 reports of adverse reactions to the AstraZeneca jab, bringing the total number of adverse reactions to both jabs to an eye watering total of 851,756. However the MHRA states that only 1% – 10% of adverse reactions are actually reported to the Yellow Card scheme.
The adverse reactions include 12,028 blood disorders, 9,198 cardiac disorders, 9,110 ear disorders, 13,396 eye disorders, and an astounding 178,401 nervous system disorders. As of the 19th May the rate of occurence of an adverse reactions stands at 1 in every 142 people, this is a significant increase from what was seen in the first report which included adverse reactions up to the 24th January, in which the rate stood at 1 in every 333 people. This is a worrying trend considering the fact the elderly and most vulnerable (people with underlying conditions) were first in the queue, yet now that healthier and younger people are receiving one of the experimental jabs the rate of adverse reactions is increasing. This fact alone proves the jabs are not safe and must be halted immediately.
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