Covid -19; Death and Reported Injuries Vs. CDC recommendations

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EU  -EudraVigilance

 

-8,430 DEAD   354,177 Injuries.      April 24,             2021

-7,766 DEAD    330,218 Injuries.      April 17              2021

-6,662 DEAD   299,065 Injuries.      April 10              2021

-6,662 DEAD   299,065 Injuries.      March 27            2021

-4,576 DEAD   199,213 Injuries.       March 20           2021

 

 USA-Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).

 

-3,848. DEAD.    118,902.      Reported Injuries.        April  21.            2021

-3,486 DEAD.       86,080.     Reported Injuries.        April 16.             2021

-3,005. DEAD                                                                 April 12              2021

-2,794  DEAD        56, 869    Reported Injuries          April  5               2021

 

UK- Yellow Card - data collected from December 9, 2020

 

-1,047   Dead ,   725,079  Reported Injuries     April 21        2021

-847      Dead ,   626,087  Reported Injuries     April   8        2021

-594      Dead ,  404,525.  Reported Injuries     March 14     2021

 

Source: https://vaccineimpact.com   

              https://www.medicdebate.org/node/1885

              

 

“Tragically, there are now at least 5 deaths recorded among children following COVID injections, including a 5-month-old baby who was not injected, but was breast feeding from her mother who was.”

“Many believe there is solid evidence that the CDC is holding back much of the data, and that the number of deaths and injuries reported is much higher (see below).”

 Source :

(https://vaccineimpact.com/2021/genocide-in-the-u-s-continues-3848-deaths-118902-injuries-following-covid-injections-children-now-being-reported-as-dying-also/)

  

Meanwhile  CDC recommendations- disinformation  and total disconnect to reality

Possible Side Effects After Getting a COVID-19 Vaccine- https://www.cdc.gov/

Updated Mar. 16, 2021

“COVID-19 vaccination will help protect you from getting COVID-19. You may have some side effects, which are normal signs that your body is building protection. These side effects may affect your ability to do daily activities, but they should go away in a few days. Some people have no side effects.”

“If You Received a Second Shot

Side effects after your second shot may be more intense than the ones you experienced after your first shot. These side effects are normal signs that your body is building protection and should go away within a few days.

We are still learning how vaccines will affect the spread of COVID-19. After you’ve been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, you should keep taking precautions in public places like wearing a mask, staying 6 feet apart from others, avoiding crowds and poorly ventilated spaces, and washing your hands often. CDC will continue to update recommendations as we know more.”

 

Source:

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/expect/after.html

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They even tell you it is promotional material which goes against medical ethics.
This is propaganda and misinformation ,  evidence based scientific literature  and  peer reviewed research is missing .

Promotional material
COVID-19 vaccination: guide for adults
Updated 26 April 2021

“Will the vaccine protect you?
The COVID-19 vaccination will reduce the chance of you suffering from COVID-19 disease. It may take a few weeks for your body to build up some protection from the first dose of vaccine.

Like all medicines, no vaccine is completely effective – some people may still get COVID-19 despite having a vaccination, but this should be less severe.”

“ Those who cannot have the vaccine
The vaccines do not contain organisms that grow in the body, and so are safe for people with disorders of the immune system. These people may not respond so well to the vaccine. A very small number of people who are at risk of COVID-19 cannot have the vaccine – this includes some people who have severe allergies.”

“ Will the vaccine protect you?
The COVID-19 vaccination will reduce the chance of you suffering from COVID-19 disease. It may take a few weeks for your body to build up some protection from the first dose of vaccine.

Like all medicines, no vaccine is completely effective – some people may still get COVID-19 despite having a vaccination, but this should be less severe.”

“ Side effects
Like all medicines, vaccines can cause side effects. Most of these are mild and short term, and not everyone gets them. Even if you do have symptoms after the first dose, you still need to have the second dose. Although you should get good protection from the first dose, having the second dose should give you longer lasting protection against the virus.

Very common side effects include:

having a painful, heavy feeling and tenderness in the arm where you had your injection. This tends to be worst around 1-2 days after the vaccine
feeling tired
headache
general aches, or mild flu like symptoms
You can rest and take the normal dose of paracetamol (follow the advice in the packaging) to help you feel better. Although feeling feverish is not uncommon for 2 to 3 days, a high temperature is unusual and may indicate you have COVID-19 or another infection.

Symptoms following vaccination normally last less than a week. If your symptoms seem to get worse or if you are concerned, call NHS 111.

If you do seek advice from a doctor or nurse, make sure you tell them about your vaccination (show them the vaccination card if possible) so that they can assess you properly.

You can also report suspected side effects to vaccines and medicines online through the Yellow Card scheme.

If you are currently in the clinically extremely vulnerable group, please continue to follow the government guidance.”

“ Can you catch COVID-19 from the vaccine?
You cannot catch COVID-19 from the vaccine but it is possible to have caught COVID-19 and not realise you have the symptoms until after your vaccination appointment.

The most important symptoms of COVID-19 are recent onset of any of the following:

a new continuous cough
a high temperature
a loss of, or change in, your normal sense of taste or smell
If you have the symptoms above, stay at home and arrange to have a test. Further information on symptoms is available on NHS.UK.

What to do next
After you have had the first dose you need to plan to attend your second appointment. You should have a record card and your next appointment should be between 3 and 12 weeks later.

Although the first dose will give you good protection, you need the second dose to get longer lasting protection.

Keep your record card safe and make sure you keep your next appointment to get your second dose.

If you are not well when it is your next appointment
If you are unwell, it is better to wait until you have recovered to have your vaccine, but you should try to have it as soon as possible. You should not attend a vaccine appointment if you are self-isolating, waiting for a COVID-19 test or unsure if you are fit and well.

Source : https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19-vaccination-guide-for-older-adults/covid-19-vaccination-guide-for-older-adults#side-effects

Also about the second shot, tells one, if are not well or self-isolating, ec. to wait for the second shot , so basically there is no research, trial or scientific literature on the interval between the 2 shots, just make it up as we go along . 
Also what happens if ypu Mix and Match different shots and at what interval, just made up.

“ Interval between mRNA doses

The second dose of Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines should be administered as close to the recommended interval as possible, but not earlier than recommended (i.e., 3 weeks [Pfizer-BioNTech] or 1 month [Moderna]). However, second doses administered within a grace period of 4 days earlier than the recommended date for the second dose are still considered valid. If it is not feasible to adhere to the recommended interval and a delay in vaccination is unavoidable, the second dose of Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines may be administered up to 6 weeks (42 days) after the first dose. Currently, only limited data are available on efficacy of mRNA COVID-19 vaccines administered beyond this window.”

Source: https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/covid-19/info-by-product/clinical-considerations.html
( last updated April 27, 2021)

“ Azra Ghani, chair in infectious disease epidemiology at Imperial College London, urged caution over the results, however, pointing out that the study was not designed to look at different dosing gaps or at one versus two doses. “Participants who received a single dose were younger, more likely to be female, more likely to be a healthcare worker, more likely to be resident in Brazil, and more likely to be white than those who received two doses. In addition, those who received a single dose were followed for a significantly longer period of time,” she said. “This means that it is not sensible to compare the efficacy estimates from a single dose with those from two doses.”

 
Source : https://www.bmj.com/content/372/bmj.n326

Published 03 February 2021

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