The UK Government have released their thirty-second report highlighting adverse reactions to the Pfizer / BioNTech, Oxford / AstraZeneca, and Moderna Covid-19 injections.
The U.K. Governments report (which you can find here) has collated data inputted up to the 1st September 2021 via the MHRA Yellow Card Scheme. At this point an estimated 21.9 million first doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine and 24.8 million first doses of the COVID-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca had been administered, and around 18.1 million and 24.1 million second doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine and COVID-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca respectively. An approximate 1.4 million first doses and approximately 0.9 million second doses of the COVID-19 Vaccine Moderna had also been administered.
As of the 1st September the MHRA had received 314,700 reports of adverse reactions to the Pfizer jab, and 820,923 reports of adverse reactions to the AstraZeneca jab. They also received 47,977 reports of adverse reactions to the Moderna jab and 3,244 reports where the brand of vaccinae was not specified.
This brings the total number of adverse reactions to the three available jabs to a truly shocking total of 1,186,844. This means that for every 69 people injected with the Pfizer jab an adverse reaction has been suffered, for every 30 people injected with the AstraZeneca jab an adverse reaction has been suffered, and for every 29 people injected with the Moderna jab an adverse reaction has been suffered.
However the MHRA states that only 1% – 10% of adverse reactions are actually reported to the Yellow Card scheme.
The MHRA also had this to say on the reported adverse reactions to the Covid vaccines in the first report released at the beginning of February 2021 –
A high proportion of people vaccinated in the vaccination campaign so far are very elderly, many of whom will also have pre-existing medical conditions. Older age and chronic underlying illnesses make it more likely that coincidental adverse events will occur, especially given the millions of people vaccinated. It is therefore important that we carefully review these reports to distinguish possible side effects from illness that would have occurred irrespective of vaccination.
But we assume that they’re hoping you’ve forgotten they’ve said that as the MHRA now admit in their report that.
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