Re: US government website for collecting adverse events after vaccination is inaccessible to most users
The VAERS database, which is not widely known and otherwise widely ignored, has recorded 599,972 events since c.1990 . It might represent 1% of actual cases. Until we actively monitor and investigate adverse events and their sequelae for up to a year after they happen, rather than rely on spontaneous and haphazard reporting, we will never be able to properly assess the fall-out of the vaccine programme in a population rife with chronic disease and neurologic impairment.
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