BREAKING: Floridians report hundreds of COVID-19 vaccine side effects, including deaths

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covid-vaccine-side-effects(NaturalHealth365) As of February 23, 2021, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that more than 65 million COVID vaccine doses have been administered in America.  Given that vaccine czar Dr. Anthony Fauci has claimed up to 90 percent of Americans will need to line up for the jab to achieve herd immunity, we’re certainly a long way off from where public health officials and pharmaceutical companies want us to be.

Now – and as expected by many who were reasonably concerned about a mass vaccination project involving experimental drugs – we are starting to hear hundreds of reports of adverse effects and even fatalities following the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines.

Hallucinations, fever, chills reported among COVID vaccine recipients as reports of adverse effects keep climbing

Adverse effects and deaths following vaccines are not a conspiracy and are nothing new.  In fact, adverse reactions post-vaccination are so common that the CDC created the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) more than 30 years ago, at the time in direct response to the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act.

The VAERS database, co-managed by the CDC and U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), is intended to function as a “national early warning system to detect possible safety problems in U.S.-licensed vaccines.”  Reports to VAERS are voluntary, and according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), one of its “main limitations” is underreporting adverse reactions.

Underreporting notwithstanding, literally hundreds of COVID vaccine recipients from the state of Florida have already reported fevers, chills, headaches, severely sore arms, and even hallucinations following their first or second doses.  Even the CDC has warned that side effects may be so severe in some people that they will have to miss work.

The CDC also admitted that 21 cases of life-threatening anaphylaxis occurred after the first doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine between December 14 and December 23, 2020, alone.  Thankfully, this represented a low overall rate of just 11.1 cases per million doses.  Of course, the long-term effects are yet to be seen.

Deaths – several within hours or days following vaccination – have been reported, as well, even among young and otherwise healthy adults.  This includes the death of South Florida doctor Michael Gregory (56), Indiana woman Hailey Link Brinkmeyer (28), and Georgia woman Brittany Hall Perez (39).

Predictably, reports of any post-vaccine problems are immediately “fact-checked” and downplayed by officials and media outlets.  It’s certainly true that each one of these serious adverse reactions deserves thorough investigation before firm conclusions can be drawn.  But the frequency of these reports – and the swiftness with which they are being censored and swept under the rug – is raising some eyebrows.

As the mainstream media continues to put the COVID vaccine on a pedestal, deaths occurring within days of vaccinations are routinely written off as “unrelated”

Reports of adverse effects and deaths among people who have received a COVID-19 vaccine are not limited to Florida nor even the United States.  One recent paper published by the British Medical Journal (BMJ) describes the call for doctors in Norway to investigate the deaths of 23 frail elderly adults who died “shortly” after receiving the Pfizer BioNTec vaccine.  The BMJ paper also reports that officials in Germany are also investigating 10 deaths that occurred shortly after the COVID vaccines.

As media outlets and CDC officials quickly point out, these occurrences do not prove vaccines are causing these deaths and injuries.  “A report to VAERS generally does not prove that the identified vaccine(s) caused the adverse event described,” explains the HHS.  “It only confirms that the reported event occurred sometime after the vaccine was given.”  It is true and important to keep in perspective as we all strive to educate ourselves and make informed decisions about our health.

Yet, it’s also important to remember that there’s something else VAERS cannot do – it cannot exclude a causal relationship between adverse events and COVID vaccines.  The question is: will these adverse effects and deaths be investigated thoroughly and properly?  Will the FDA and CDC do what is morally and legally required under the auspices of an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) and make any and all necessary changes to protect the American public?

To learn more about the VAERS, visit the CDC website here.

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