Coronavirus vaccines send hundreds to Emergency Rooms
(LifeSiteNews) – The list of people who have visited emergency rooms after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine is in the hundreds and those who have suffered adverse reactions is over 1,000, according to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).
VAERS is a system of reporting managed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Federal Drug Administration (FDA). It collects information from the public regarding bad reactions to vaccines. The CDC and FDA find the data useful for detecting any potential problems early on with U.S.-licensed vaccines. According to its website, “Healthcare professionals are required to report certain adverse events and vaccine manufacturers are required to report all adverse events that come to their attention.”
“The system has received reports of 1,156 total adverse events. Of those, 17 have been ‘life threatening’ and two have led to a ‘permanent disability.’”
Thousands of others are self-reporting an inability to return immediately to work or perform normal daily activities after the vaccine. According to The Epoch Times, these incidents were reported through V-safe, “a smartphone application... that uses text messages and web surveys to provide personalized health check-ins, and allows users to quickly tell the CDC if they’re experiencing side effects.”
The FDA is supposedly investigating allergic reactions to the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine. It has warned the public.
“The FDA's current guidance says that most Americans with allergies should be cleared to take the vaccine but that people who've had severe reactions to other vaccines should not get vaccinated.” Additionally, those who had reactions to the vaccine should not get a second dose.
As of January 6, the number of reports is “308 from patients sent to hospital emergency rooms documented on the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). That represents 0.0064 percent of the total vaccinations done, 4.8 million.”