Another week. More stats. Last week’s report can be found at the link below.
While our Canadian government claims 3 and ONLY 3 safety signals are monitored- we should all understand there are many more “safety signals” being monitored. Some are called safety signals. Some are called safety updates.
More accurately these ‘safety signals’ should be should be called vaccine hazards because they have the potential to cause a great deal of harm
8 Documented Vaccine Hazards:
- Reports of thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome following vaccination
- Reports of Guillain-Barré Syndrome (GBS)
- Facial paralysis/Bell’s Palsy following COVID-19 vaccination.
- Reports of myocarditis (inflammation of the heart muscle) and pericarditis (inflammation of the lining around the heart) following vaccination
- Capillary leak syndrome following vaccination
- Immune thrombocytopenia (ITP) and venous thromboembolism (VTE) following vaccination with Jannsen vaxx
- Thrombocytopenia including ITP following vaccination with AstraZeneca Vaxzevria
Count it up, go ahead. That’s 8 documented vaxx hazards.
Now that the Vaccine Hazards are named- let’s check the numbers. This is where we compare reported numbers of adverse reactions going months back- So we understand how inaccurate the numbers continue to be. Also how great the data lag is.
The shaded grey is supposed to represent the data lag. It doesn’t.
Last week vs this week data lag:
July 16/21 incidents sat at 876. This week 882
July 23/21 sat at 916. This week 925
July 30/21: the reaction count is 765- This week 765 (no change from last week)
August 6: the reaction count was 558- This week the number is 774
We know the lag is not weeks. It’s months.
Now we’ll follow the numbers from the specific vaxx hazards cited:
This death count is useless. It’s hopelessly inaccurate.
Based on the American number we know Canada’s number can’t be real.
When you look through the chart below do notice we have a new syndrome added to this chart. Multi system inflammatory syndrome. That number will grow rapidly, but, will it be reported accurately? NO!
Keep in mind the two previous posts…