Let’s check out some changes in the information- I may have missed last time, but, these changes should be given some attention:
This report includes 177 adverse event reports that have been received and processed.
Clearly there are additional reports regarding adverse events that have been received but not processed
More changes below:
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 in the amount of reports presented weekly. These delays may be due to jurisdictions investigating and reviewing each adverse event before submitting the information to PHAC. There are also limitations to reporting practices such as underreporting, missing information, and differing adverse event reporting practices across jurisdictions in Canada.
It was always acknowledged the data are estimates and cannot accurately represent national vaccine adverse reactions. There is also an acknowledgment that outside reviews and investigations are taking place which could and are likely resulting in information on reactions not being submitted to PHAC.
Doctors have reported on this practice in Ontario.
“There are also limitations to reporting practices such as underreporting, missing information, and differing adverse event reporting practices across jurisdictions in Canada”
Each week, we update the historical data (weekly and cumulative number of reports) to include any delayed reporting forms from earlier weeks.
I’ve been highlighting the months long data lag for quite some time. So long in fact I’ve grown tired of doing it. You can always check the charts for yourself
3- Information is collected on individuals for whom a report was submitted, not on the total number of individuals who experience an adverse event as not every adverse event is reported.
4- New information in this report may not be comprehensive but rather represents preliminary results of data received on a weekly basis.
I’ve been tracking this data for nearly a year and have always brought the very obvious limitations in this data to my readers attention. The data is not accurate. It’s being skewed to present the jab as favourably as possible. But still harm is occurring. It will not be possible to cover it all up.
- Thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome
Up to and including January 14, 2022, there were 106 reports of TTS
This number went down from 110?
- Guillain-Barré Syndrome (GBS) in Canada (higher then would occur normally) 115 cases up from last weeks high of 113 cases. Two additional harmed persons
- Reports of myocarditis (inflammation of the heart muscle) and pericarditis (inflammation of the lining around the heart) following vaccination with COVID-19 mRNA vaccines. Data in Canada now indicate a higher number of cases in younger people (less than 40 years of age) than would normally be expected. 1643 damaged hearts- up from last weeks 1599. Another 44 permanently damaged hearts
- Capillary leak syndrome
Still just two. Thankfully
- Bells Palsy/facial paralysis- 748- Up from last weeks high of 721. An increase of 27 paralyzed faces
A total of 269 reports with an outcome of death were reported. Up from last weeks high of 258. That’s 11 additional dead with vaxx.
We know this can’t be accurate when we look at the VAERS report
We should understand that minimally Canada’s count would stand at well over 2, 200.
The simplest way to understand the inaccuracy of this data has always been to look at the number of reported Covid breakthrough cases– 198?
Check Ontario’s breakthrough data for one day. In one province.
3806 vaccine breakthrough cases reported on January 28/22