Canada’s Weekly Covid Harm and Death Report- Data Lag Worse then Imagined

Reported side effects following COVID-19 vaccination in Canada

Allegedly up to date to Sept 03/21. Not even close! We’ll get into that FACT in short order.

There have been a total of 14,702 reports (27.8 reports per 100,000 doses administered) up to and including September 3, 2021. Of the 14,702 reports, 3,967 were considered serious (7.5 reports per 100,000 doses administered)

Is 7.5 reports of serious side effects per 100, 000 doses “low” , as claimed? How does that compare to other vaccines?. Why isn’t that information provided? To make comparisons? It would certainly help Canadians make better informed decisions. I’m comfortable speculating that 7.5 reports of serious side effect reports is much higher then other vaccines. It’s also understood that this is not an accurate number.

Data notes

The data presented in this report are estimates and may not accurately represent national COVID-19 vaccine adverse events for the following reasons:

There may be delays in receiving reporting forms and processing reporting forms which may contribute to variations

There are also limitations to reporting practices such as underreporting, missing information, and differing adverse event reporting practices accross jurisdictions in Canada.

As has been pointed out previously. The data is never accurate or up to date at the time these reports are put out.

Take note of the chart below:

Then go back to my previous report on the official data look at the chart embedded within:

  • May 7/21: Adverse Reactions number is up yet again! Hitting 1022 reports from 927.
    * May 14/21: Has also seen a rise in adverse reactions from last weeks number to a combined total of 823, when last week it had sat at just over 700.
  • May 21/21 looks to have increased slightly as well with 202 serious adverse events reported.

Clearly the data is lagging by 4 months! We should anticipate that the adverse reaction numbers will worsen as more reports are slowly, at a snails pace, processed.

*Thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome (TTS):

Is characterized as blood clotting with low platelet levels. Vaccine-Induced Immune Thrombotic Thrombocytopenia (VITT), also known as Vaccine-Induced Prothrombotic Immune Thrombocytopenia (VIPIT).

Up to and including September 3, 2021, there were 81 reports of TTS

No increase from last week

  • Guillain-Barré Syndrome

Up to and including September 3, 2021, there are a total of 75 reports of GBS
That’s up from last week’s high of 73 cases


Myocarditis is inflammation of the heart muscle and pericarditis is inflammation of the lining around the heart. Up to and including September 3, 2021, there were 678 confirmed reports of myocarditis/pericarditis

Up from last weeks high of 671 cases. Still more damaged hearts and more to come.

*Capillary leak syndrome

2 Cases- Still 2 cases

Stayed the same

Up to and including September 3, 2021, a total of 188 reports with an outcome of death were reported following vaccination.

An increase from the high hit last week of 184.

The 188 is not credible. OpenVaers has reported deaths in the US at 14,506.

OpenVaers has reported deaths at 14,506

Based on population comparison there is no way Canada’s death from vaxx is 189. I’m suggesting it’s much closer 2000. Possibly higher. There is no real way for us to know.

*Bell’s Palsy/facial paralysis

454 this week. Bell’s Palsy/facial paralysis last week 428

Up 26 injured persons

From earlier today:

Rebranding Covid Jabs In Canada

They Didn’t Invite Maxine Bernier to the Debate So We Hosted Our Own

3 replies on “Canada’s Weekly Covid Harm and Death Report- Data Lag Worse then Imagined”

Hi Penny:

The lack of transparency on behalf of Canada’s Weekly Covid Harm and Death Report is criminal. And I do mean that this foot-dragging and lack of information about the degree of harm caused by the vaxZines amounts to medical malpractice.

Thanks for staying on top of this very difficult and emotionally draining topic. Your blog’s now showing up on my favourites blog roll and that’s awesome.

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