NEWS & ANALYSIS

500,000+ Adverse Events Reported After COVID Vaccination


Over 500,000 adverse issues have been reported after receiving COVID vaccinations in the United States, including temperature, skin and neuropathy related issues. 

As reported by Just the News, 226,457 temperature related issues, 174,793 skin issues and 164,200 movement, muscle, nerve, numbness and/or paralysis issues were reported according to an analysis of the federal Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System. 

Additionally, there were 139,395 non-specified pain-related issues; 139,395 who felt abnormal, tired or weak; 121,538 injection site reactions; 79,012 heart events; 77,976 respiratory or lung problems; 40,415 who reported abdominal problems, 34,589 who got COVID-19 after vaccination; 32,023 who reported blood clots and or bleeding; and 111,549 who reported headaches. 

Specifically, as of September 27, there were a whopping 569,294 adverse events reported with a total of 2,433,730 symptoms reported. 

Reported illnesses and symptoms after the COVID-19 vaccine does not necessarily mean they were caused by the vaccine itself. The reporting system is designed to collect adverse events that occur after vaccination to uncover any patterns of illnesses that were not recorded during studies. 

According to the CDC: “Reports of adverse events to VAERS following vaccination, including deaths, do not necessarily mean that a vaccine caused a health problem.” 

“A review of available clinical information, including death certificates, autopsy, and medical records, has not established a causal link to COVID-19 vaccine,” the national public health agency emphasizes.