Over 500K Adverse Reactions To COVID Vax Have Been Reported

The federal Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, also known as VAERs allows Americans to report their side effects to the COVID vaccine.

To this point, over 500,000 adverse reactions have been reported.

There are a wide variety of adverse reactions that have been reported.

Each reaction does not always mean one patient, however.

Some people can have multiple adverse reactions to the vaccine.

From Just The News:

The most common disorders reported after COVID-19 vaccinations in the U.S. include temperature-related issues (226,457), skin problems (174,793), and a category that includes movement, muscle, nerve, neuropathy, numbness, and paralysis (164,200).

That’s according to an original analysis of the federal Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).

Next in line are non-specified pain-related issues (139,395), feeling abnormal, tired or weak (139,395), injection site reactions (121,538), headaches (111,549), heart events (79,012), and lung or respiratory problems (77,976).

Abdominal problems (40,415), getting COVID-19 after vaccination (34,589), and blood clots or bleeding, including in the heart and brain (32,023), are also common among the VAERS reports.

So are product issues (29,661) and mood or memory problems (31,720).

As of Sept. 27, 2021 there were 569,294 adverse event reports associated with COVID-19 vaccination in the U.S., with a total of 2,433,730 symptoms reported.

The War Room also did a segment on it:

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